Gareth Southgate will pore over an “unusually disjointed performance” against Hungary to ensure England put it right and wrap up World Cup qualification next month.
Gareth Southgate was disappointed by England’s performance in a drab draw against Hungary marred by an accusation of racist abuse towards a steward and visiting fans clashing with police.
England manager Gareth Southgate joked he commits a crime with every team selection given the strength in depth of a squad edging closer to World Cup qualification.
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