A long punt up field from Uruguay goalkeeper Fernando Muslera was inadvertently flicked on by captain Steven Gerrard to allow Luis Suarez to score a late winner in a 2-1 defeat
The manner in which Luis Suarez scored the winning goal in England's defeat to Uruguay in the World Cup was hard to take, Phil Jagielka admitted.
Suarez struck with just five minutes left to give Uruguay a 2-1 win on Thursday, a result that kept their own World Cup hopes alive and virtually ended England's despite Wayne Rooney's earlier equaliser.
A hopeful long punt from Uruguay goalkeeper Fernando Muslera caught England out, with Suarez pouncing on an inadvertent Steven Gerrard flick-on to fire past Joe Hart.
"Very disappointed [to concede that way], obviously, as a defender," Jagielka told ITV. "That's the last thing you want to see. As you can tell by my voice, everybody's absolutely devastated in there.
"You just hope [Suarez] misses. He obviously finds the target and they win the game."
Jagielka was also downcast on England's unlikely chances of reaching the last 16, claiming they have a "small chance" and that he was not expecting anything.
He did, however, emphasise the importance of their final Group D match against Costa Rica.
"We've got to go out there and put out a performance against Costa Rica," he continued.