Columbia Panama and Tunisia. No clean sheet, won 1 in the last minute, won 1 on penalties. Itís really not been greatv
But there's no divine right to beat anyone. You have to go out and do it, and earn it. Ask Spain, Portugal, Germany, Brazil, Italy, Holland etc etc.
Sure, you can sit at home like Alan Shearer or Danny Murphy and mumble on about how unimpressed you are because you didn't batter a team you know nothing about, but it's tournament football and we have no right to expect to beat anyone.
Dude, you can put a cynical, depressive spin on anything. Did you think we were beating Colombia when they got that equaliser, or when they were all over us in the first period of extra time, or when we missed the first penalty? I certainly didn't. But they got through it mentally, when lots of past England teams haven't. The football wasn't pretty but it's never going to be in that kind of psychological and physical battle.
No-one is saying we've played amazing football. But why would we? And who else has in this tournament? We're an average international team, making the most of our limited team and a favourable draw. I honestly don't see a single reason for negativity, other than a mental predisposition towards that.