England had 30 shots on goal only 5 on target. Spain in 90s or Italy in 1990 and Belgium and other teams of players have shown sometimes the ball does not go into the net. That the most likely scores in almost any game are 0,1 or 2 goals. To overly criticise England is to be a slave to small sample sizes and outcomes. What more can a manager do than set his side up to comprehensively out-shoot the opposition? On average that is what the top teams generally do.
The games have been frustrating but not the turgid grind of England teams passim.