Peter Crouch shares Abbey Clancy’s hilarious mistake over England vs Iceland

Former England striker Peter Crouch shared a hilarious mistake made by Abbey Clancy during the Three Lions win over Iceland on Wednesday night.

It was easy pickings for Gareth Southgate’s side in the Nations League dead rubber at Wembley as they eased to victory over Iceland.

In fact, one half of the Crouch household appeared to be having a more difficult job deciphering who England were playing than the players themselves.

Ex-Liverpool target man Crouch, who scored 22 goals in 42 appearances for the national side, shared the brilliant moment from his sofa.

“Just a quick update @OfficialClancy just asked me who are england playing?” he wrote.

He then proceeded to reveal her first guess, which left plenty of users absolutely howling.

He added: “Isle of Wight??”

Abbey received plenty of support in the replies to Crouch’s tweet though, with many arguing it should be shortened to ‘ICE’ over ’ISL’.

One wrote: To be fair, I don't know why Iceland aren't ICE… What's ISL when it's at home?”

“In her defence though, why is it ISL and not ICL?” a second asked.

While a third tweeted: “In her defence why is “Iceland” abbreviated to “ISL”?”

“I actually don’t think that’s too ludicrous a suggestion, based on the letters…” a fourth pointed out.

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England were leading the Nations League clash 3-0 with 10 minutes left to play thanks to goals from Declan Rice and Mason Mount inside the opening 25 minutes, before Phil Foden added a third.

The evening got even worse for the visitors when Birkir Már Saevarsson was shown a red card for two bookable offences early in the second half.

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