Peter Bonetti, David Seaman, David James... and now Joe Hart. If you can rely on something, it's the unreliability of an English goalkeeper.
June 27, 2016 | Euro 2016, Round of 16 | England 1-2 Iceland
Having thrown away a 1-0 lead after just a few minutes, the pressure was on England to live up to expectations and dump out underdogs Iceland in the round of 16, but the result that followed has been dubbed England's biggest ever humiliation. Kolbeinn Sigthordsson fired a shot at Joe Hart in the 18th minute, which the keeper failed to properly deal with. The ball rolled agonisingly slowly into the €150,000-a-week keeper's net and cost the Three Lions their dignity as well as a spot in the quarter finals.
Joe Hart | June 16, 2016 | Euro 2016, Group Stage | England 2-1 Wales
Still 0-0 heading into half time, Wales were awarded a free-kick not overly far away from the centre-circle. Up stepped Real Madrid icon, Gareth Bale, renowned for his dead-ball skills, to try his luck from considerable distance. Reacting too late, Joe Hart failed to get enough on the dipping effort to push it wide, knocking it instead into his own net. England recovered in the second half, but Hart's credentials were under scrutiny from then on.