England v Hungary: Gareth Southgate says he 'commits a crime' every time he picks team

Phil Foden (centre), was named Man of the Match against Andorra
World Cup qualifying Group 1: England v Hungary Date: Tuesday 12 October Kick-off at 19:45 BST. Coverage: Commentary on BBC Radio 5 Live, and text updates on BBC Sport website

Gareth Southgate, England's boss, says he commits "a crime" each time he selects a team due to the players he must leave out. He will change for Tuesday's match against Hungary.

To reach the World Cup in Qatar next year, England must win two of their remaining qualifiers.

Phil Foden, Manchester City's top player in Saturday's 5-0 win over Andorra was one of the standouts.

Southgate stated, "We want the squad feel involved."

Foden was an assister during a magnificent performance by England in Andorra. This game saw Jack Grealish, Ben Chilwell and Tammy Abraham score their first international goals. Bukayo Saka and James Ward-Prowse were also on the scoresheet.

Southgate said, "It is crucial they know their value to contribute; it was not a friendly [against Andorra], but there were qualification points and I was really happy with the quality of both the performance and the application."

"I get headaches and I commit a crime every single time I choose a team. There is so much competition for places. Many players did their reputation and confidence the world of good yesterday, which was very pleasing to see.

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"We cannot afford to be a team that takes a day off. We strive for consistency and that's what we have done throughout the year. Everyone takes pride in wearing the shirt.

England lost the Euro 2020 final to England this summer. They will be playing in Hungary knowing that victory will bring them closer to the 2022 Middle East tournament.

Next month they will face Albania at Wembley on December 12th followed by a three-day trip to San Marino.

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Mason Mount, a midfielder, came on against Andorra with just 17 minutes left so will be starting against Hungary.

The Chelsea player won last season's Champions League. He was also a key figure in England's European Championship campaign.

He said, "It was extraordinary." "It was probably the same time that everyone else discovered it.

It's a dream to be able to see it all, and the names.

"For all the years you worked hard and were dedicated... it is a sign that everything has paid off. It's only the beginning, it doesn’t end now.