Harry Kane defends Southgate after the heavy defeat against Hungary

LONDON: England forward Harry Kane confirmed his support for manager Gareth Southgate following England’s 4-0 defeat to Hungary in the European Nations League on Tuesday. Hungary scored their second consecutive victory over the Three Lions, having defeated them in the first leg in Budapest with an unanswered goal. Asked if Southgate was the right man to coach England, Keane told “Channel 4”, “Without a doubt, this is not a question I will answer frankly.” The Tottenham striker added: “It was a frustrating night, in the first half I thought I had created enough chances to score, but it seems that this is our story so far. in European Nations League, we don’t have sharp teeth. “He stressed:” The second half was not acceptable. Suddenly we were behind by two unanswered goals. We have never experienced such a situation, but this is not the time for pain, it is time to hold our heads up. “” We can’t wait to rest now and come back stronger in September, “he said. He explained: “It’s our first big defeat in a long time, our defense line has been the basis of our success for the last four or five years, it’s a night to forget for sure, but we have to accept it and move on.” “At the end of the game. day we are preparing for what will be a great World Cup, this is the most important thing, we will learn from that “, concluded Kane. (dpa)