You read that right, the Brits have two losses in less than a week, one to the EU and now to Iceland. Go figure, and I think the Brits are still in shock. Barely have time to digest the LEAVE vote, and
now the biggest loss they have probably ever had. I'm not a soccer fan, but assuming it is since they lost to a unknown team.
I love it when the underdogs win. It's good for what ever sport they are playing, shakes things up, makes it interesting and now shocking.
http://www.cbc.ca/sports/soccer/icelean ... -1.3655075
Iceland is a country where owning a pet snake, lizard or turtle is against the law. Mosquitoes do not exist, McDonald's is nowhere on the map and a mere 323,000 people call it home.
Nobody would have guessed this would be the home of a soccer revolution. After jumping from 131st to 23rd in the world rankings, Iceland is the smallest country to ever compete in a major international tournament.