Adrian Durham argued that the England fans booed them in a very generous response.

Adrian Durham argued that the England fans booed them in a very generous response.

The English national soccer team lost 0-4 to Hungary in the fourth round of Group A 3 of the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) Nations League in the 2022-23 season at Molinho Stadium in Wolverhampton at 3:45 a.m. on the 15th (Korea Standard Time). Hungary is at the top of the group with two wins, one draw, one loss and seven points, while England is at the bottom with two draws, two losses and two points. Hungary beat England both at home and away.

Hungary took the lead with a first goal by Roland Salai in the 16th minute. Salai scored an additional goal in the 25th minute of the second half. Ten minutes later, Zolt Nagy scored. To make matters worse, English defender John Stones was sent off in the 37th minute of the second half for accumulated warnings. Hungary then won by four points with Daniel Gazdak’s decisive goal in the 44th minute 먹튀검증.

England scored more than four runs at home for the first time in 69 years. The opponent 69 years ago was also Hungary. At that time, Hungary won 6-3. In addition, the British media ‘Talk Sports’ said, “England suffered its worst loss at home since 1928 to a team that failed to advance to the World Cup finals.”

Durham, a reporter for Talk Sports, said, “The England team was booed. I think England fans were quite generous,” adding, “England was an ordinary and useless team in the first half. I think Gareth Southgate was lucky because many England fans left the field before the final whistle. Otherwise, they would have booed louder at Mourinho Stadium.”

Durham then criticized his performance, saying, “My eyes hurt and I’m sorry for my ear. It wasn’t energetic. It was negative. It was hard to see. It was really terrible. It was painfully hard to see.” Durham continued criticism, saying, “It was very, very poor. This is untenable. I think it was worse than the match against Iceland in the round of 16 at Euro 2016 (1-2 loss).”

Durham said, “England was really terrible at Molinho Stadium with a full crowd. England played three sluggish games in the Nations League, but fans came to watch this game. They had to sit through terrible garbage from the English team,” adding, “The players look like real strangers.”

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