England striker Harry Kane confirmed his support for the 'Three Lions' coach, Gareth Southgate, after England's 4-0 defeat to its Hungarian guest on Tuesday in the European Nations League. Back in Budapest with a goal unanswered.
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When asked if Southgate was the right man to coach the England national team, Keane told Channel 4 News: 'Without any doubt, this is not a question that I will answer honestly.' Lots of chances to score, but that seems to be our story in the Nations League so far, we don't have sharp canines.'
He continued, 'The second half was not acceptable, suddenly we were two goals behind without a response. We have never gone through such a situation, but it is not mother's time, it is the time to keep our heads raised.' 'It's our first big defeat in a long time, our line of defense has been the basis of our success for the last four or five years, it's a night to forget for sure, but we have to accept it and move on.' A big World Cup, that's the most important thing, we'll learn from that.'