England have been booed of the field at Wembley after failing to make a dent on Montenegro in their third Euro qualifier game.
Steven Gerrard made an ambitious start by sending a long ball past the Montenegro defence to Peter Crouch who if only he was a bit taller would have had a good chance of getting an early goal.
Montenegro showed that they were not going to let England take their place at the top of the table without a fight however. Some sloppy play from Glen Johnson gave Montenegro a chance to attack, but the assault came to nothing when Radomir Djalovic shot wide of the England goal.
Ashley Young tried to strike back for England, but had similar results to Djalovic, however his shot was extremely far from hitting its target.
Peter Crouch came to the fore again with another attempt, this time heading a Johnson cross over the bar.
Montenegro continued to defend well against all of England's attacks, although they gave away a free kick just outside the area. Young again decided to shoot well wide of the mark.
Wayne Rooney, largely invisible for much of the game, finally made people away of his presence moments before half time by just failing to get properly on the end of a cross from Johnson.
At half time the score was 0-0, leaving England second behind Montenegro in the group table.
When play resumed Rooney again made an attempt from just outside of the box, but to no avail.
Gerrard also put a decent cross into the area but unfortunately no-one was there to do anything about it.
Rooney soon got into a bit of minor trouble after knocking Simon Vukcevic, earning him a yellow card.
Rooney and Gerrard were finally able to unite with Gerrard passing to Rooney whose excellent shot was met be an equally excellent save from Montenegro keeper Mladen Bozovic.
With the crowd getting agitated at the lack of England goals Fabio Capello decided to take off Crouch and replaced him with Kevin Davies, who had yet to play for his country.
England continued dominating the attacking play with Rooney and Gerrard again striking hard, only for Bozovic to save attempts from the both of them.
With just 15 or so minutes to go Capello made another change with Shaun Wright-Phillips replacing Young.
England's greatest chance came when Montenegro's Milan Jovanovic appeared to deliberately handle the ball in his own penalty area. However the German referee decided it was not worth a penalty.
Jovanovic nearly added injury to insult just minutes later, with a long range shot defeating England keeper Joe Hart only for the ball to hit the bar.
England were given three minutes of added time in which to save some dignity, but failed to score.
The game ended at 0-0 and with England being booed off the field by an angry and disappointed home crowd.