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BBC Sport chief football writer in Vilnius
England fans are now singing "It's Just Like Watching Brazil." Very good. For those not watching, let me assure you it isn't.
Well, not unless you can recall a Brazil side as lacking inspiration and creation as this England team.
A passenger on board a Ryanair plane which was escorted into Stansted Airport by fighter jets yesterday says they felt "helpless".
The flight, from Lithuania to Luton, was diverted after Lithuanian authorities received a suspected security alert, which turned out to be a hoax.
Jonathan Zulberg says there was "no sense of chaos or panic".
"There was a sense of unease, and helplessness, because we weren't allowed off the plane but we were told there was a bomb threat on the plane," he said.
"We were sitting there, calling family, and the police turned up... it was quite scary."
Essex Police say nothing suspicious was found.
Vice-President Mike Pence singles out Russia as biggest threat to the countries' security.
Lithuania has lost a fifth of its population over the last 15 years.