Roy Keane slams shocking England during 4-0 win over Bulgaria

Harry Kane scored a hat-trick but Roy Keane was unhappy with part of Englands performance (Getty/ITV)

England ran out 4-0 winners over Bulgaria in their Euro 2020 qualifier on Saturday – but Roy Keane was not completely happy with the performance of Gareth Southgates side.

Harry Kane scored a hat-trick while Raheem Sterling continued his excellent form for Manchester City with a lively performance and a goal in the 55th minute.

But by the half-time break, England were only one goal up after Sterling capitalised on a poor pass from Bulgaria goalkeeper Plamen Iliev to set up Kane for the games opening goal.

And Keane was fuming with Englands display in the opening 45 minutes.

Where do I start? Keane told ITV at half time.

Harry Kane celebrates his hat-trick at Wembley during England's 4-0 win over Bulgaria
Kane celebrates his hat-trick at Wembley (EPA)

Too slow, players taking too many touches, not good enough movement. Not great body language, feels like an end-of-season game.



If you start the game like England did – lacklustre – its a long old day for them, so Ive been really disappointed.

We spoke before the game about Englands pace, movement, but weve not seen any of it – bar Sterling, who is the only one playing with any sort of tempo.

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I know Gareths a placid guy but I think hell be fuming watching that.

The attitude from some of the players is shocking.

Raheem Sterling scored England's third goal against Bulgaria from close range
Raheem Sterling scored Englands third goal from close range (Getty Images)

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