'England smell ROTTEN': Gareth Southgate's Three Lions are slammed by the foreign press after dismal 1-1 draw with Denmark... as L'Equipe give woeful 4/10 scores to TWO midfielders

2024-06-21 https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-13554183/England-smell-ROTTEN-Gareth-Southgates-Three-Lions-slammed-foreign-press-dismal-1-1-draw-Denmark-LEquipe-woeful-4-10-scores-TWO-midfielders.html HaiPress

England have been slammed by foreign newspapers in the wake of their dismal 1-1 draw with Denmark,with one Spanish outlet claiming that the Three Lions 'smell rotten'.

Gareth Southgate's side,who sit at the summit of Group C with four points heading into Tuesday's match with Slovenia,have looked flat,listless and unconvincing at Euro 2024 so far,despite travelling to Germany as one of the tournament favourites.

England,who were negative and rigid in their approach against Denmark,took the lead in the 18th minute through Harry Kane before conceding a superb long-range effort from Morten Hjulmand to head in level at half-time.

In an effort to fix England's stodgy and lacklustre performance,Southgate substituted Kane,Trent Alexander-Arnold,Bukayo Saka and Phil Foden during the second half but ultimately failed to discover the right attacking formula,watching on as his side struggled to create chances ahead of the full-time whistle.

Spanish newspaper Marca blasted the Three Lions' woeful performance on Friday morning,leading with the headline: 'England smell rotten'.

Serbian newspaper Danas described England as 'disappointing' against the Danes on Thursday

The outlet also claimed Southgate has a 'Kane crisis',labelling the Bayern Munich superstar England's 'supposed leader' and claiming he 'never really got involved' in the game.

The opening to their damning article read: 'Tame lions! England seems to be miles away from becoming potential European champions.' 

Serbian newspaper Danas described England as 'disappointing',despite Aleksandar Mitrovic and Co failing to get anything against the Three Lions in their opening Euro 2024 match.

'The English also disappointed against Denmark,but reached the round of 16,' their headline read.

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