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Hodgson happy with England performance

Roy Hodgson has said that England's performance in their 1-1 draw with Ukraine was better than in their victory over the same opponents at Euro 2012.

England beat co-hosts Ukraine at the Euros to qualify for the quarter finals of that tournament.

"People saw us at the European Championships in Ukraine, when we beat them [in Donetsk], but that was a better performance tonight than that which actually gave us a 1-0 victory over there," said Hodgson.

"You can't allow the result to cloud your judgment of the performance. We asked more questions of them tonight than we did over there, and had we lost it would have been harsh justice. As it was for them to have lost that game in Ukraine."


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