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no caps? England fan hilariously asks Southgate for wifi password at Montenegro stadium
Solomon brave|March. 25, 2019
AN ENGLAND fan in Montenegro hilariously asked Three Lions coach Gareth Southgate for the wifi password.
Harry Kane and Co are hoping to end the international break with two victories under their belt in the Euro 2020 qualifiers.
England opened the Euro qualifiers with a stunning 5-0 victory over Czech Republic at Wembley on Friday night.
And to cap off the international break, Southgate's side travelled to Montenegro, who only drew with Bulgaria after their rivals were awarded a controversial penalty for a foul outside the box last week .
Only 650 Three Lions fans took a trip to the Balkan Peninsula due to disappointingly low ticket allocation for the visiting supporters.
But a number of them struggled to make do at the Podgorica Stadium - finding themselves cut off the Internet.
And, they turned to Southgate for advice.
SunSport writer Charlie Wyett reported that one of the England fans shouted at the Three Lions coach walking off the pitch - and then asked him for the stadium wifi code.
But Press Association reporter Mark Mann-Bryans then came with bad news for the desperate supporter, claiming that the wifi spot did not work anyway.
Meanwhile, Southgate handed Declan Rice and Callum Hudson-Odoi their first starts in an England shirt for the Montenegro clash.
Both youngsters came on the pitch in the second half against Czech Republic.
And the Chelsea forward caused Tomas Kalas to deflect the ball into his own net, settling the result at 5-0.
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