England and their fans, as well as checking on bleary eyes due to the 1am finish, are now waking up to the reality that under-expectation was indeed warranted all along. As Roy Hodgson’s side adopted the age-old British trait of “honourable losers”, it was also obvious that the young team he is forging is a long way off being competitive. Italy didn’t have to break too much sweat, but they were able to handle whatever England threw at them. And the Italians will not, in all probability, trouble anyone in the latter stages, although we said that in 2006. If England lose to Uruguay, and their extra-tight shirts, and the chances are they will come up against Luis Suarez, they will be on the…