Jarrod Bowen admits he felt sick earlier than making his England debut.

The Hammers winger was known as as much as the Three Lions squad for the very first time final week and received his first cap towards Hungary.

Bowen turned in a promising efficiency, with flashes of attacking brilliance, however England misplaced the sport 1-0 in Budapest.

Hungary’s first win over the Three Lions in 60 years was largely deserved, with Gareth Southgate’s aspect struggling to search out any fluency of their attacking play.

And the Irons star admits that seeing his identify on the teamsheet left him feeling considerably sick, though he shortly settled into the sport within the white shirt.

Quoted by the Night Commonplace, he mentioned: “He (Southgate) put my identify up on a board and I form of felt sick straightaway to see my identify up there. However I used to be excited, in addition to nervous.

“I feel it’s good as a result of it’s one thing I’ve wished to do without end so it’s good to be nervous and I form of used these nerves once I received on the market.

“It helped me settle in, have a couple of touches of the ball after which simply proceed what I’ve been doing for West Ham, I feel.”

Bowen additionally says that he was snug as soon as he was out on the pitch and enjoying alongside the likes of Harry Kane, Harry Maguire, and Mason Mount.

The Irons winger added: “I felt snug.

“After all it’s totally different to what I’m used to enjoying. I’ve by no means performed international soccer earlier than.

“It was about doing what I’ve been doing this season. Not altering my strategy to the sport, not altering the way in which I play, precisely how I’ve been enjoying all season and simply doing it on it a much bigger stage, actually.

“After all it was particular enjoying in your nation. It’s only a bit disappointing with the consequence by way of blended feelings with making my debut however dropping the sport.

“However in fact at the start making my debut for my nation…I’m delighted.”

England face Germany on Tuesday earlier than taking up Italy subsequent weekend.

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