England held by Hungary after crowd trouble

Kelly Cates is joined by former England goalkeeper Rob Green, former England defender Matt Upson and our senior football reporter Ian Dennis to analyse England’s 1-1 draw with Hungary in their World Cup qualifier.

Ian reflects on the crowd trouble that broke out in the away supporters’ end at Wembley, which overshadowed the early stages of the match.

The panel discuss if England’s starting eleven lacked balance and if it was the right decision to substitute Jack Grealish in the second half.

You’ll hear interviews from England manager Gareth Southgate and players Kyle Walker, John Stones and Declan Rice.

And our Scotland reporter Roddy Forsyth and the former Scotland player Lee McCulloch give their thoughts on Lyndon Dykes’ performance after he scored a late winner to help Scotland beat the Faroe Islands.


1’12” – Round-up of England 1-1 Hungary

2’30” – Analysis of England’s “lacklustre” performance

6’00” – Crowd trouble in the away end at Wembley

9’12” – Was Hungary’s penalty harsh on England?

11’30” – Interview with Kyle Walker

13’00” – Did Hungary approach the game differently because they were playing England?

14’00” – Interview with John Stones

16’17” – Analysis of Stones’ performance

17’10” – Interview with Gareth Southgate

21’00” – Was it the right decision to sub Jack Grealish?

25’00” – Interview with Declan Rice

28’12” – Reaction to Scotland’s 1-0 win over the Faroe Islands