Harry Kane said he understood why England fans were booing after their 1-0 defeat to Italy in Milan on Friday night.
Away fans were vocal in their anger after the UEFA Nations League defeat, which saw the Three Lions relegated from the top tier of the competition.
England have not scored in open play in over 450 minutes of action – and lost to Giacomo Raspadori’s second half goal. It has raised the pressure on Gareth Southgate less than two months ahead of the World Cup in Qatar.
Harry Kane said he understood why England fans booed after their 1-0 loss away in Italy
After the game, captain Kane told Channel 4: ‘I think overall, we had the better chances in the game. One fine moment for them with the ball over the top, and they scored. Even from that moment, we dominated.