A 4-0 defeat to Hungary at Molineux on Tuesday left England facing relegation from UEFA Nations League Group A3.

It was the first time Hungary won away from England since a 6-3 victory at Wembley in 1953 that they found

the net in both halves. Zsolt Nagy and Daniel Gazdag scored further goals in the final 10 minutes and John Stones was sent off

for a second booking to compound England's misery. In the reverse fixture earlier this month, England fell 1-0 to Hungary,

keeping them winless and bottom of their Nations League group. Germany and Italy lead the group with seven points apiece.

While the bottom team will be relegated, the group winners will advance to the Nations League finals in June.

Nine changes were made by Southgate from the team that drew with Italy at the weekend. Although England dominated possession, 

they created few chances and the experiment backfired, resulting in loud boos from the home crowd.

Southgate said it wasn't pleasant. I find it ironic that we've been under so much pressure and have been criticised 

so much for our reputation in both Nations League campaigns but in neither campaign have we picked our strongest teams.

We've actually put on the best performance of any England manager in 50 years in the matches where other managers were criticized."

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