Gareth Southgate's side had been underwhelming in each of its first three matches, but it was somehow even worse for the visit of Hungary, which completed an incredible double over the Three Lions.
An early defensive error gifted Hungary the lead as Roland Sallai duly punished the hosts, and although England unsurprisingly saw more of the ball, the recent theme of attacking ineffectiveness continued.
The Three Lions hardly troubled Hungary goalkeeper Denes Dibusz at all before Sallai got his second 20 minutes from time at Molineux.
It then got even uglier for England, as Zsolt Nagy and Daniel Gazdag scored either side of John Stones's red card to inflict the Three Lions' worst home defeat since 1928.
Despite England enjoying a positive start, they found themselves trailing in the 16th minute as Stones inadvertently headed back into the danger area and Sallai was on hand to smash past Aaron Ramsdale.
The hosts appeared to up the ante after the break, but it was not a precursor to a marked improvement.
The game was put beyond them with 70 minutes on the clock, as Martin Adam pounced on a Kalvin Phillips mistake before feeding Sallai, who shot through Ramsdale's legs.
Things got worse still.
Harry Kane's header hit the crossbar, and soon after it was 3-0, as Nagy slammed in from 25 yards.
England's misery was compounded by a harsh second yellow card for Stones after an off-the-ball collision, and Hungary completed its humiliation thanks to a cheeky chip by Gazdag.