Germany can't understand England's failures at penalty shootouts.
Germany goalkeeping coach Andrea Kopke was his country's hero against England at Euro96, saving Gareth Southgate's weak sudden-death strike.
Kopke was at a loss today as to why England were still so bad at penalties.
He said: "It was all in their own hands. They were up one penalty and hitting the crossbar was just unlucky.
"Cole had a stinker when he took that penalty. England are tragically unlucky in many respects but why that is, I don't know."