Gareth Southgate firmly insisted the cumulative efficiencies of his England gamers was their failure in their 1-1 draw with Hungary instead of any tactical or specific choices.

John Stones’ tap-in counteracted Roland Sallai’s charge at Wembley as the Three Lions stopped working to win a house certifying match for the very first time given that 2012.

Southgate firmly insists that while he’s not delighted with the group efficiency, he requires more time to assess why his gamers weren’t able to overcome Hungary.

“[It was a] disappointing performance. Hungary, full credit to them, they caused us a tactical problem. We weren’t fluid and I didn’t think we played at the level we needed to play, simple as that,” he informed ITV.

“It’s difficult to pinpoint [why England weren’t at that level], obviously we’ll go away and think about the balance of the team a little bit, but I think individually we can be better as well, and I think we made lots of simple mistakes with the ball.”

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