First time in 56 years that we get to see England play at Molineux. Billy Wright captain of Wolves and England would have loved the occasion but not the humiliating defeat and poor performance we saw.
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England’s dismal Nations League campaign continued as they slumped to their worst home defeat since 1928 against a ruthless Hungary to leave Gareth Southgate’s side rooted to the bottom of Group A3.
The Three Lions have now gone four games without a victory for the first time since 2014 and look worryingly out of form and confidence with a World Cup looming at the end of this year. They could do nothing but capitulate to a humiliating and potentially damaging defeat that had the crowd booing and baying for Southgate’s job at the final whistle.
Roland Sallai put the visitors in front with a well-taken finish at the back post, then doubled Hungary’s lead with his second on the break 20 minutes from time.
There was more to come from a rampant Hungary, as Zsolt Nagy fired in from range and – after John Stones was sent off to compound a woeful evening – Daniel Gazdag finished smartly to wrap up a second historic win over England in 10 days.
Jarrod Bowen had earlier missed a decent chance at the back post from Reece James’ cross and Harry Kane flicked a header against the bar, but the hosts once again lacked the belief and inventiveness to open up their opposition.
Hungary – who top a group that also includes Germany and Italy – were well organised and clinical to earn only their second win over the Three Lions on English soil and first since a famous 6-3 success at Wembley in 1953.