England manager Sven-Goran Eriksson slammed his players' performance after their dismal 4-1 defeat in Denmark.
Eriksson's team were hammered in their only run-out before their next World Cup qualifier against Wales in 17 days' time.
Denmark put the game beyond doubt with three goals in quick succession early in the second half.
In a rare show of emotion, Eriksson said: "I am very sorry and very disappointed.
"I am angry about the second half because I think that was a disaster how we played.
"We were not helping each other and were all over the place, losing the ball. We did nothing right in 45 minutes. I am upset about that.
"I was happy with the first half, I think we did well. I can't defend it or explain why we didn't do that in the second half."
Eriksson admitted England will not win the World Cup if they continue to perform in such a manner. "I told them if we want to play football like that we can forget the World Cup," he said.
"But we are not going to play football like that when it comes to a qualification game. You can lose games but not like today."
Eriksson also revealed he brought Michael Owen on in the second half, although he is suspended for the Wales game, because of uncertainty over how much football he will play at Real Madrid.
Eriksson said: "The thinking about Michael Owen was not for Wales but he can play against Northern Ireland. I don't know how much football he will have before then.