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Foreign media hammer Gareth Southgate and mock England's Euro 2024 chances after dire performance in Denmark stalemate

Foreign media hammer Gareth Southgate and mock England's Euro 2024 chances after dire performance in Denmark stalemate

Foreign newspapers ripped into England after a dismal 1-1 draw with Denmark in their second game at Euro 2024.

Gareth Southgate and England have been destroyed by foreign media after a dismal 1-1 draw with Denmark.

Installed as one of the favourites for the tournament in Germany, England have not going in their two games so far.

They beat Serbia 1-0 in the opener but only played well for parts of the first half.

The Three Lions took another early lead on Thursday when Harry Kane popped up with his 64th goal for his country but it was another uninspiring display where they struggled to find any sort of rhythm.

Morten Hjulmand missed out on the chance to top the group with a game to spare. Media in England did not pull any punches but foreign outlets were even more brutal on the performance in Frankfurt.

In Germany, BILD said that Southgate has a "Kane crisis" after the skipper struggled and was replaced by Ollie Watkins in the second half.

Having seen him bang in the goals for Bayern Munich, they claimed he "never really got involved".

Image: BILD
Image: BILD

An article also said that "England seems to be miles away from becoming potential European champions".

In Spain, MARCA got straight to the point with their headline, which read: "England smell rotten".

Another piece also mocked a pre-tournament prediction from a psychic claiming to be a relative of Nostradamus that England would go all the way.

Renowned harsh markers L'Equipe went in, with the French newspaper handing out 4/10 ratings to both Trent Alexander-Arnold and Jude Bellingham - with the former "lacking defensive rigour" in his midfield role according to the journalist.

Southgate also got the same mark, with Kane receiving a five and told that he "ultimately had little impact on his team's offensive play".

Image: L'Equipe
Image: L'Equipe

England take on Slovenia in their final Group C game on Tuesday, with it remaining to be seen if changes will be made.

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Topics: Euro 2024, England, Denmark