Quite simply: It wasn't that bad.
It was embarrassing, our fans acted pathetically, and it made us look like a nation of drunken louts. What's new?
No one got killed.
No one (as far as I know) got seriously hurt.
There was no wide spread racist chanting.
There was no violent rioting.
No one got shot.
There was no widespread fighting with the police.
I mean we literally see way worse than this in multiple domestic leagues outside of England every single Saturday.
I'm not saying it painted us in a good light, but Jesus Christ you're acting as if it was the apocalypse. And when you see the fines and the bans handed out to nations who routinely behave way - way worse than England fans did that day - you realise that the punishment we got was totally proportionate.
I know what I find more offensive out of some drunken kn*bs from Kent trying to force their way into Wembley after throwing a few traffic cones about on Wembley Way, or widespread racist abuse and monkey chants from Hungarian fans (as an example).
You'll use it as a stick to beat the English with because your standard default is that we're a nation of scumbags - but as always, look at other countries first to see that it could be a hell of a lot worse.