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Harry Kane on Hungary 4-0 England :’It’s our biggest defeat in a long time’

by Kolkata Today

Two Roland Sallai goals and one apiece from Zsolt Nagy and Dániel Gazdag gave Hungary a memorable victory in England and first place in their UEFA Nations League group.

England suffer their worst home defeat since 1928

Marco Rossi’s side become the first Hungary team to beat England away from home since a famous 6-3 victory in 1953.

This was Hungary’s second victory in 12 away games against England and the first since a famous 6-3 victory in 1953.

England have won only one of their last seven UEFA Nations League games (D2 L4).
England have failed to score in five of their last seven games in the UEFA Nations League.

Following the UEFA Nations League defeat to Hungary, England captain Harry Kane provided his assessment of the game and result.

In what was the fourth game in ten days for the Three Lions in the new Nations League campaign, the visitors took a first-half lead before adding a further three goals after the break.

For Kane, it was frustrating on the pitch as the team ended June’s international window without a win, after the two defeats to Hungary and two draws from the games with Germany and Italy inbetween.

England captain Harry Kane on Nations League match against Hungary ,he said,”In the first half, we created enough chances to score but it has kind of been the story of our Nations League campaign so far.

We’ve not had that cutting edge and then the second half was unacceptable. Once we went 2-0 down, to concede in the way we did, but look we have not had a camp like it in a long, long time.

It’s not time to panic, it’s time to keep our heads up. I look forward to a break now and then we’ll come back stronger in September.

It’s our biggest defeat in a long time, our defence has been the cornerstone of our success over the last four or five years.

Look, it was a night to forget of course, but we need to take it on the chin and move forward.

At the end of the day, we are preparing for what is going to be a big World Cup and that’s the most important thing.

We’ll learn a lot from this camp and put it into our game for September.
It is no time to panic, I understand the fans’ frustration. We want to win every time we put on an England shirt but look, it’s not going to be perfect every game.

We have to understand that and the crowd and the fans but all we know is that we are going to keep working to make sure we have a successful World Cup.”


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