England had the official certificate to be in Qatar 2022 at their fingertips. If they beat Hungary this Tuesday at Wembley and knowing that Albania could not beat Poland, the Angels could have sealed their passport for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, tonight, and with two dates to be played. Those from Southgate, however, are doing a brilliant qualifying round, with six wins and two draws leading to Group I.
In the previous one, everyone understood that today would be a procedure for the locals, who in the first leg, already thrashed 0-4 to Hungary, which, however, showed itself in the last European Championship as a very competitive team and that tonight she was forced to take at least one point from Wembley, dreaming of a hypothetical playoff.
Gareth Southgate, in any case, came out looking for victory with an ultra-offensive eleven of gala. However, he crashed into the Hungarian wall, which surprised everyone after 24 minutes and was on the scoreboard. England, even behind on the scoreboard, could not find a way to 'hurt' Hungary. In fact, the 1-1, at 37 ', came in one from a set piece, in what was the only clear arrival of thehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cDzOgxK191s locals, who had to settle for a lukewarm draw, but that is good for what was done in the match.