ENGLAND'S 'tone-deaf' squad have been slated for their attempt at singing the National Anthem.
All eyes were on Gareth Southgate's men a fans were not allowed in Wembley for the game against Wales.
For the first time, viewers at home were able to hear the England squad's vocal chords in full flow.
But the 'painful' rendition of God Save the Queen left most of them with their fingers in their ears.
The camera first panned to Three Lions boss Southgate, who tried his best to lead by example.
But the manager's monotonous singing voice was a sign of things to come.
The likes of Jack Grealish, Nick Pope, Michael Keane and captain Kieran Trippier were no better.
After a clip went viral on Twitter, one fan said: "England's team have been exposed as the worst singers out of England and Wales for sure."
Another added: "God the sound of the England team singing the national anthem with no fans there is brutal."
And one fan joked that the England squad should enter the next X-Factor.
One said: "That tickled me being able to hear how tone-deaf the England team are singing the anthem."
But England redeemed themselves by thumping Wales 3-0 in the friendly.
Dominic Calvert-Lewin bagged the opener before Conor Coady and Danny Ings scored in the second half.
Despite the convincing win, fans slated Southgate for his comments on Grealish after the match.
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