England ended the Nations League in third place courtesy of a penalty shootout victory over Switzerland.
After defeat to the Netherlands in the semi-final earlier this week, England appeared determined to ensure their run to the finals was not in vain.
It proved to be a frustrating afternoon for them though, as, despite dominating possession and the chances, they failed to put the ball in the back of the net.
That saw the game go to penalties, with England coming out on top thanks to more heroics from Jordan Pickford.
That will have been small consolation for Gareth Southgate and his men, who were left disappointed by the defeat to the Netherlands. Here are four things we learned from the game.