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Fans rip Southgate apart as England hit new low

Fans rip Gareth Southgate apart as England suffer worst home defeat in 94 years

June 14, 2022 By Emmanuel K. Budu-Annor
The Three Lions hit a new low in their footballing history following Tuesday night's defeat to Hungary.

Supporters of the English national team have questioned the managerial prowess of head coach Gareth Southgate following Tuesday humiliation against Hungary. The under-fire 51-year-old tactician looked on as the Three Lions conceded four unanswered goals at home in the night's group stage encounter, recording their biggest-ever defeat in football since 1928 in the process.

England welcomed Hungary to the Molineux as they searched for their first win of the ongoing Nations League campaign. After suffering a 1-0 defeat in the reverse encounter, the finalists of Euro 2020 set out to get their revenge on the Magyarok. However, they were dealt one of the biggest shocks in recent memory, shipping four goals while finishing the proceeding with nine outfield players as John Stones was sent off.

The visitors were put in front in the 25th minute through Roland Sallai who capitalized on some woeful set-piece defending from England. The striker subsequently doubled his side's tally to two with his second of the night in the 70th minute before Zsolt Nagy and Daniel Gazdag got the third and fourth goals in the 80th and 89th minute respectively.

The result at Molineux condemned England to their worst defeat in 12 years and their heaviest defeat at home in 94 years. The loss also marked the first time during Southgate's reign that England have failed to manage a win in four successive games. Having now lost twice in the competition against Hungary, the Three Lions - who have accumulated just two points - risk being relegated from League A.

While witnessing the night's humiliation, fans inside the Molineux chanted 'you don't know what you are doing' in the direction of the dug-out. Some supporters also took to social media to air their sentiments, suggesting that the sack of Gareth Southgate should be considered with just two 'exhibition games' remaining before England's opening World Cup game in Qatar.

Here are a few reactions: 


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