It was fun times for social media users on Monday, June 27 as theymocked England’s knockout from Euro 2016 in relation to Brexit.
More than 3.7million people have however signed a petition to urge the Government to hold a second referendum after Leave won with 52 per cent of the vote.
Football lovers used the call for a second referendum as reference to mock England calling for a rematch of their second round clash against Iceland and labeling them the only country to exit Europe twice in a week.
Iceland beat England 2-1 sending the Roy Hodgson side out of Euro 2016.
Fans saw the funny side of the defeat and took to their social media to set a 'petition' to have a rematch.
The petition has hilariously gotten more than 4,000 retweets and more than 3,000 likes in a matter of minutes.
England goalkeeper Joe Hart was also not left out of the internet mocking as he was at fault for Iceland’s winning goal.
A user shared a photo of Joe Hart in front of an Iceland supermarket located in London, shaming him for 'saving nothing' despite its cheap prices.