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England 0-4 Hungary: Main Talking Points As England And Gareth Southgate Are Humiliated At Molineux

While England may have sought some revenge on Molinox on Tuesday, the trip of the Three Lions to the Midlands quickly turned into another Nation League nightmare.

In what became known as one of the worst defeats in modern history, Gareth Southgate’s team lost 4-0 at Wolves Stadium.

With no wins yet after opening this year’s National League, the European champions will have some real questions to answer after a thrilling midweek.

Following the arrival of Southgate six years ago, the atmosphere in the camp seemed to be so low that we saw the main points of conversation as England were beaten four times by Molnox.

Fans turn on Southgate.

England would be smelling a golden opportunity when they were allowed to return to Molineux with the fans in the Midlands for Tuesday’s game and look for their first National League victory in the fourth attempt.

However, the one-time Aston Villa defender has been linked with a move to Tottenham Hotspur’s Asse from Harry Kane from the start.

Finally, with a 4-0 thump, Tuesday’s headlines will undoubtedly be a shock to Southgate.

Although the 51-year-old’s side reached the final of the European Championship against Italy last summer, the Three Lions have become the second most successful coach.

However, Southgate was recently investigated after a 12-month penalty shoot-out defeat at Wembley and a lack of chances of winning the first World Cup since 1966.

The voice support at Molinox, which has often been criticized for its negative gameplay, has made their feelings clear.

With both half-hour and full-time whistles singing “You Don’t Know What You Are Doing,” Southgate has also been subjected to real humiliation on social media.

Is England looking to make a late change to Qatar for this year’s World Cup final in less than six months?

One of the most spectacular evenings in Hungarian history

Although all the headlines following Tuesday’s spectacular show could be stolen by England’s embarrassing performances and the growing pressure on the Southgate, Hungary will have to release Molinox.

On June 4, the Three Lions welcomed the Budapest to a thrilling 1-0 victory in this year’s National League campaign.

Although Magers may have lost 2-1 to European champions Italy last weekend, Tuesday’s show will be one of the highlights of their history.

Roland Sally scored on both sides, while goals from Zolt Nagy and Daniel Gazdag in the second half put Hungary at the top of League A.

Now, surprisingly, they are in a difficult position to score in this year’s semi-finals, with Rossi’s side dominating the game.

A.D. Following England’s 5-1 defeat to Scotland in 1928, they look forward to Tuesday’s weekly home game against Southampton.

Hungary’s 1-0 win over the Three Lions at the start of the month may be their first victory in European heavyweight competition in six decades, but Hungary has now doubled that in two weeks.

England can’t buy goals.

Following Ken’s return to the starting XI for the 0-0 draw with Italy last weekend, many expect the 28-year-old’s return to give England the clinical edge they want.

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Although their defeat is a major concern for England fans, Southgate must have a real headache in their impressive fight against the goal.

Surprisingly, Harry Kane’s only strike in last week’s four-match unbeaten run against Germany was a penalty shoot-out, and the Three Lions failed to find the back of the net.

Only Ken, Rahim Sterling and Harry Maguire have scored more than five international goals in a team that has seen a few new faces.

Although it may not be a shock for England, the European champions’ June dream will surely be remembered as they prepare for this year’s World Cup final in Qatar.

Match Report Dead-

England: Ramsdale, Walker, Stones, Guhi, James, Galager, Phillips, Bellingham, Bowon, Ken, Saka

Subscribers Mountain, Sterling, Foden, Maggie

Hungary: Dibus, Earth, Orban, Szalai, Fiola, Schaefer, Styles, Large, Slay, Class, Szalai

Subscribers Great, Negro, Adam, Rich

Goals Sali (16 ′, 70 ′), big (80 ′), rich (89 ′)

Yellow cards; England Flying Stones Flying Walker – Hungary Pour Nagy

Red cards; Stones

Judge Clement Turpin.

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