England faces relegation from UEFA Nations League Group A3 after losing 4-0 against Hungary at Molineux on Tuesday, their worst home defeat since 1928.
Roland Sallai scored in both halves to give the visitors their first win away from home against England. England's woes were compounded in the final 10 minutes, when Zsolt Nagy and Daniel Gazdag scored more goals and John Stones received his second yellow card, making it one of Gareth Southgate's worst evenings in charge.
With two points from four games, England remains winless and bottom of their Nations League group, including a 1-0 loss to Hungary in the reverse meeting earlier this month. With seven points, Hungary leads the group, ahead of Germany and Italy. The top two teams in each group go to the Nations League finals in June, while the bottom two teams are demoted. To give some fringe players a chance, Southgate made nine changes from the team that drew with Italy at the weekend. Despite having the majority of the ball, England created few chances, and the experiment failed, drawing loud boos from the home crowd.
It was the first time England had lost a home match by four goals or more since Scotland defeated them 5-1 in March 1928.