England's Nations League struggles continue

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Italy 0-0 England

England remain winless in League A Group 3 of the UEFA Nations League following a goalless draw against Italy at the Molineux Stadium on Saturday evening.

The Three Lions started their campaign last Saturday with a shock 1-0 loss to Hungary on the road and then played a 1-1 draw against Germany in midweek in another away outing.

As for the European champions, they maintained top spot ahead of second-place Hungary on the back of this result and have the English at the bottom of the group.

Netherlands 2-2 Poland

Netherland overturned a two-goal deficit against Poland in Rotterdam in their third match in League A Group 4 for a 2-2 draw.

Poland raced into an early lead through Matty Cash and doubled their advantage in the second half courtesy of striker Piotr Zielinski.

The Dutch then staged a comeback right thereafter with strikes from Davy Claasen and Inter Milan fullback Denzel Dumfries giving them a lifeline and route back.

There were a chance to grab victory in the closing seconds through a penalty-kick, but FC Barcelona striker Memphis Depay missed and in the end saw the match finish all square.

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Wales 1-1 Belgium

Following their midweek thumping of Poland, Belgium were prevented a succession of wins as Wales struck late to earn a 1-1 draw in Cardiff.

Wales, who lost to the Netherlands on Wednesday, trailed the Red Devils early in the second half after Youri Tielemans grabbed the opener.

However, the Welsh who just qualified for this year’s FIFA World Cup finals raced back in the final four minutes through Brennan Johnson and snatched a point in the end.

Hungary 1-1 Germany

Germany were once again unable to get a win on the board in League A Group 3 of the Nations League after playing out another 1-1 draw this time against Hungary.

The Germans started their campaign with the same outcome last Saturday against Italy and followed that up with the exact outcome against the Three Lions in midweek.

Hungary, who stunned England in their tournament opener, were quick off the mark as Zsolt Nagy struck after six minutes but it was erased within minutes through Jonas Hofmann.

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