Despite a 2-1 away victory against Croatia last night, England U21 was knocked out of European U21 Championship. England finished the last in Group D, with 3 points and a goal difference of - 2.Following England's painful exit from European U21 Championship, tempers flared after the final whistle. Liverpool wonder kind Curtis Jones got involved in a post match fight with a Croatian player. This incident resulted into Jones being given a Second yellow card and left with bloodied nose. Follow the link below to watch the video. https://twitter.com/i/status/1377323844499824656
The Three Lions were so close to the next stage of the tournament only to be knocked out by a difference of one goal at the end of match. Crystal Palace's Eberechi Eze gave England an early lead through a 12th minute penalty. Curtis Jones' 74th goal made it Croatia 0-2 England.
2-0 victory for England meant that they were to qualify to the next stage of European U21 Championship by a goal difference of - 1 while Croatia was to be knocked out by - 2 goal difference. However, things turned around after Domagoj Bradaric gave Croatia a vital goal in the 90+1 minutes. This goal a progress for the Croatians and a knocked out England from the European U21 Championship.
What do you think was the possible cause of the failure by England U21 in European U21 Championship?
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