England midfielder James Milner was disappointed to see his side throw away their lead against Poland after going ahead in the first half in Warsaw.
The Three Lions were held to a 1-1 draw by the Poles after Karim Glik cancelled out Wayne Rooney's 31st minute opener.
Milner was frustrated that England conceded after taking the upper hand but admits the display was not their best.
He told Sky Sports: "I don't think we moved the ball anywhere near as well as we can do, so that was disappointing.
"On the other hand, we did have chances as well, on the break, but they kept us pending for long periods.
"I thought we defended pretty well and worked very hard so it was disappointing to concede the goal."
Defender Phil Jagielka does not feel the rescheduling of the game due to a waterlogged pitch on Tuesday night had a great deal of bearing on England's performance.
"I think we did ok. We're professional enough," he said.
"We've not had to come to the stadium and go home before but we've stayed out as a team and been out for two or three days at a time on away journeys so as far as staying away from home and things like that it's nothing too abnormal."
He added: "We'd have liked to have come away with a 1-0 win after managing to get ahead but it just wasn't the case."