Dominik Szoboszlai's penalty ended England's 22-match unbeaten streak, with Gareth Southgate's side losing 1-0 to Hungary in their opening National League opener. The Three Lions have been unbeaten since the penalty shoot-out since 2020 and left empty-handed at Budapest's first World Cup. Szoboszlai scored the decisive goal in the 24th minute after substitute Rsce James in the box by substitute Reece James to give Szoboszlai a decisive goal to give Hungary their first victory since 1962. At Euro 2020, the stadium was banned for racist behavior, but UEFA sanctions closed a door-to-door event for around 35,000 children.
In Budapest, where their players were abused last year, England heard a cheering crowd before the start of the game. Conor Coady was closest to Hungary in the first half to clear Szoboszlai's weak efforts from the path, but it was the most notable incident in the longest-running clash. Bukayo Saka ran hard and scored a goal, but at half-time England made little progress, with James conceding a penalty and Hungary scoring.
The push to save the result has been pushing the guests for a long time, Jude Bellingham blocked a close-range effort and Coady pulled his head wide. However, the search for the three lions' defense proved futile, and Hungary, through Andras Schafer, overcame a great opportunity in a matter of seconds to pursue a famous victory. What do you mean? Rusted movie theaters went out in flames.
At the end of the busy season, Sogate hoped his team's trip to Hungary would bring relief in a theoretically busy June as the theoretical challenges facing Germany and Italy intensified. However, his team opted for a 3-4-3 formation and struggled to keep pace with their hosts in Budapest. England finally opened the scoring on penalties and later turned their backs on it but could not respond.
Bowen is showing potential in his debut. West Ham striker Jarrod Bowen made his debut on the international stage, arguing that he was England's most dangerous threat and tried four times harder than any other player. However, after a difficult first half, newcomer James Justin was ruled out with a hamstring injury. Hungary retains National League responsibility
Hungary has been campaigning for a place in the National League A and has maintained its solid form. The hosts have lost just once in their last 10 matches, winning six of them. They have scored in all seven of their home league games. What is the next one? England travel to Germany on Tuesday to continue their Nations League campaign, while Hungary is on the streets in Italy.