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England 0-4 Hungary: Three Lions embarrassed as relegation threat looms large for Southgate

England are on the verge of relegation after losing 4-0 to Hungary on Tuesday in Hungary.

Gareth Southgate’s side were weak in their first three matches but somewhat worse for their visit to Hungary, which ended in a stunning victory over the Three Lions.

An earlier defensive error led to Hungary’s defeat, with Roland Sally punishing his team-mates and England not surprisinging much of the ball, but recent attacks continued to be ineffective.

The Three Lions had no trouble with Hungarian goalkeeper Dance Dibus until the second 20 minutes before Molinox.

Since 1928, Zolt Nagy and Daniel Gazdag have been sent off by John Stones for a three-game losing streak.

England got off to a good start, but in the 16th minute, Stones unknowingly returned to the danger zone and was on the verge of beating Aaron Ramsdale.

The hosts looked up after the break but there was no precondition for improved improvement.

The game is played 70 minutes per hour; Martin Adam made the mistake of Calvin Phillips before kicking Ramsdale’s leg and eating saline.

And things are still getting worse.

Harry Kane’s head hit the crossbar and it was soon 3-0 when Nagi hit 25 yards.

Stones were sent off for a second straight yellow card after England’s outburst and Hungary ended their humiliation with a Gazdag cheek chip.


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