It was an entertaining first half performance from the two teams but England were in control of the possession from the beginning game to the end of the first half.
Gareth Southgate started Mason Mount, Foden, Grealish and Sterling together for the first time this year. Mount and Grealish have been impressive this season and according to reports Mount have the highest dribbles in the world cup qualifying match for England.
England were Impressive with their tactics but good defensive performance from Hungary stopped England deadly attack.
The Video Assistant Referee and the VAR took an accurate penalty decision that gave Hungary the first goal of the match. Manchester United defender Luke Shaw made a dangerous head injury tackle on Hungary's player right inside the box.
It was a dangerous foul from Luke Shaw because the ball was a head ball and there is no need for him to raise his legs above his shoulder Level.
The Referee and the Video Assistant Referee made a right decision to award a penalty to Hungary in the 24th minutes of the first half.
Roland Salai capitalized on Luke Shaw's foul after sending the goal keeper to a wrong direction from the penalty spot.
England crated more goal scoring chances right from the 24th minutes of the game to the end of the first half. Manchester City defender John Stones scored the equalizing goal for England in the 37th minutes of the game.
Stones converted the goal with full confidence towards the end of the first half. Southgate made couple of changes in the second half of the game but Hungary were solid in the defense.
It was a disappointing performance from England who could not break Hungary's defense throughout the 90 minutes.
England maintains the number one position on the league table after 8 games. Southgate will be hoping to win his next 3 games in other to qualify for 2022 FIFA world cup
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