Harry Kane was bitterly disappointed with England's 3 – 2 loss to 10-man France on Tuesday night.
Les Blues lost Raphael Varane early in the second half but the Three Lions were unable to capitalise, eventually losing after Borussia Dortmund starlet Ousmane Dembele netted the decisive goal with 12 minutes remaining.
Captaining England for the second time, Kane once again lead from the front by scoring both goals for his country.
And for the Tottenham striker, his exploits should have been enough to claim the friendly win.
He said: "Scoring twice in France should be enough. We have got to find a way to win that. We just weren't good enough.
"They were getting too much space in vital areas, even with ten men.
"We want to be brave and play from the back and mistakes will happen. It's disappointing.
"We were in the driver's seat but we didn't step it up another gear. Not good enough.