Hungary vs England World Cup LIVE Football Score 2 Sept 2021
Hungary is going head to head with England starting on 2 Sept 2021 at 18:45 UTC . The match is a part of the World Cup Qual. UEFA Group I.
Hungary played against England in 2 matches this season. Currently, Hungary rank 2nd, while England hold 1st position. Looking to compare the best-rated player on both teams? Site rating system assigns each player a specific rating based on numerous data factors.
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Having come so close yet so far at Euro 2020, the England squad reunite for September’s World Cup 2022 Qualifying clashes, starting with Thursday’s trip to the Puskas Arena to take on Hungary.
The Three Lions have taken maximum points from their opening three games in qualification Group I, while Hungary sit second in the group with two wins and a draw so far
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Marco Rossi’s side seemed destined for a demoralising summer after being sunk 3-0 by Portugal in their first game of the tournament, but they managed to take two points from clashes with 2018 World Cup winners France and 2014 champions Germany before ultimately finishing fourth – as expected – in the group.
The resilient nature of Rossi’s side was there for all to see before Euro 2020 kicked off, as the world’s 37th-ranked nation embarked on an 11-game unbeaten run across all competitions ahead of their defeat to Portugal, including three eye-catching results in World Cup qualification.