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It was a night to forget for England as they were thrashed 4-0 by Hungary, although it’s likely they’ll be reminded about the result for some time.

Aaron Ramsdale's England prediction comes back to haunt him after Hungary horror show

Aaron Ramsdale

England named a respectable side for Tuesday’s clash, with opportunities given to Jarrod Bowen, Conor Gallagher, Marc Guehi and Aaron Ramsdale. But the result proved that Gareth Southgate ‘s strongest XI is not one that can be tinkered with. The England side pretty much picks itself at this moment in time, although there is still a debate about who should be Southgate’s no. 1.

Jordan Pickford is still the main man, but Ramsdale has recently predicted that he will be given the nod in the near future. However, The Arsenal goalkeeper had a game to forget, and his words came back to haunt him as he failed his audition against Hungary.

A 4-0 loss at Molineux, and a red card for John Stones. England’s worst defeat on home soil since 1928, and if it wasn’t for Harry Kane’s late penalty against Germany, the Three Lions would have gone all four Nations League games without scoring a single goal.

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But the defeat to Hungary was particularly alarming, and mistakes cropped up all over pitch for England, with Ramsdale and Kalvin Phillips being highlighted for both having howlers on the night. But Ramsdale kept a clean sheet during a 0-0 draw with Italy in England’s last game, and the Arsenal keeper confidently admitted that he is pushing Pickford for the no.1 spot.

Ramsdale told talkSport : “By no means I am second choice. I am pushing me, I am pushing him (Pickford). If I can put performances in like that a little bit more when I get the chance, I think I will be pushing him all the way.

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