Mason Mount believes that England are coming back stronger after beating Hungary 4-0 in the FIFA World qualifier match. It is the first time England are playing a match after their Euro Final defeat against Italy. The English men failed to lift the Euro Cup as they lost 3-2 on penalties against a good field Italy side.
Following their Euro final defeat, there was a huge backlash from the English fans towards their National players as they hoped much high. And thus, returning to play and defeating the Hungary side by 4-0 after such a heart-breaking scene is commendable.
The first goal was scored by Raheem Sterling in the 55th minute followed by England Captain Harry Kane in the 63rd minute. And the last two goals were scored by Harry Maguire in the 69th minute and Declan Rice in the 87th minute.
Commenting about the win in a post-match interview Mason Mount said, This was a massive, massive game for us. To put a stamp down that we are coming back, coming back stronger. With even more focus and a stronger desire to succeed and do well.
“This was a massive win as it put us more ahead, we won’t take a breather. We have two more games this camp and we are very focused and ready to keep pushing.”
Following these statements, it seems Mason Mount believes that England are well focused and determined to achieve success. Moreover, Mason Mount & Company will be looking forward to lifting the World Cup next year with Gareth Southgate beside them.
What’s next for England in the coming days
After defeating Hungary 4-0, England will be returning back home to face Andorra in another qualifying game. Playing at Wembley, England will be looking forward to a big margin win against Andorra.
Thereafter, finishing their job against Andorra, England will fly to National Stadium Warsaw for facing Poland. Led by Lewandowski Poland will be a bit tougher to face as compared to Andorra.
Currently sitting top of the table winning all four matches and collecting 12 points, England will look forward to keep winning and hold that spot.
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