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Jarrod Bowen admits feeling 'mixed emotions' after England debut as 'special' debut is tinged with disappointment of Nations League defeat by Hungary

West Ham forward Jarrod Bowen was left with mixed emotions after his promising England debut came as Gareth Southgate's men suffered a rare defeat in Hungary.

The Three Lions' Nations League campaign got off to a bad start in Budapest, where children at the half-full Puskas Arena celebrated Dominik Szoboszlai's penalty in a famous 1-0 triumph.

Hungary's first win against England in 60 years was deserved, considering the pattern of play and contrasting performances on an evening when Bowen provided the visitors' best attacking outlet.

Jarrod Bowen (right) made his England debut in Saturday's 1-0 defeat against Hungary
Bowen says there is no time to dwell on the defeat with a clash against Germany on Tuesday

The 25-year-old, who scored 18 goals in all competitions and provided 13 more for the Hammers over the last season, had an encouraging debut and admitted in the Puskas Arena's interview area afterwards: 'I felt comfortable.