Gareth Southgate and his men faced Hungary tonight, but the game ended in a 1-1 draw. It seems like the English manager made some wrong decisions and I believe that he got it all wrong tonight. In this article, I will be showing you the wrong decisions he made, as England failed to defeat Hungary tonight.
1. Bringing A Midfielder Into The Game While The Game Is Leveled
Gareth Southgate is a world class manager and England has been doing really well, since he took over as the head coach, the English manager was wrong to involve a midfielder in the game while you needed a goal, that's very wrong, he decided to subbed off Raheem Sterling and bring Jordan Henderson into the game, while he needed a goal to secure the 3 points.
Photo Credit: @Twitter England
2. Leaving Jadon Sancho On The Bench
Manchester United new signing Jadon Sancho was an unused substitute tonight, Gareth Southgate made a wrong decision as he failed to involve Jadon Sancho into the game, in the second half. Jadon Sancho is a skillful player, who can drive from the left hand flank and create chances. You could see his performance against Andorra, he was driving from the left hand flank and he registered two assists, Gareth Southgate could have brought him in the second half and something could have happened, because Raheem Sterling was not at his best tonight.
Photo Credit: England
These are the wrong decisions the English manager made tonight and I believe that he will learn from it. The England players will be heading back to their club this week, after the game tonight.
Photo Credit: @FB England
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