Second-rate England crashed to their first defeat of the Euro 2020 qualifiers as the Czech Republic grabbed a deserved late winner  Gareth Southgate saw his World Cup semi-finalists humbled as substitute Zdenek Ondrasek – who plays in the MLS for FC Dallas – fired past Jordan Pickford to stop England qualifying in Prague for next summer’s tournament  England can still seal their place in the Finals with a win in Bulgaria on Monday – but they’ll have to improve after a dismal display which leaves Southgate with a raft of problems to solve  Skipper Harry Kane gave the Three Lions a dream start with a fifth minute penalty after Raheem Sterling had been fouled but the Czech’s quickly hit back through Jakub Brabec on a shocking night for England’s defence  It was England’s first qualifying defeat in either the World Cup or Euros since losing to Ukraine in 2009 defeat 1. Southgate’s tactical mishap  England might have raced into a commanding position in Group A – but the problems are piling up for boss Gareth Southgate who seemed to get his first half tactics all wrong  After a second half horror show in their last outing against Kosovo last month, England’s midfield, featuring a first start for 20-year-old Mason Mount, was out-played and over-run as the Czech’s gave Southgate’s stars a first half lesson in fast-paced, clever football  Jordan Henderson and Declan Rice had it all on top as Jaroslav Silhavy’s stars ran amok at times while in defence England were a shambles at set-pieces and up front created almost nothing  And you can’t help wondering that if a Czech Republic side ranked 44 in the world rankings can make England look ordinary – what will Europe’s best do next summer? 2 Who will partner Maguire?  Harry Maguire’s nailed down his spot at the heart of England’s defence – but the slot alongside him is up for grabs  And Everton’s Michael Keane did nothing to suggest that, going forward, it’ll be him partnering Maguire as England looked shaky at the back   His confidence can hardly be high with Everton suffering a poor start to the Premier League season but Liverpool’s Joe Gomez and injured Manchester City star John Stones have their problems too  England have now conceded 32 goals in 38 games under Gareth Southgate – hardly the meanest figures around  And they looked vulnerable every time the Czech Republic flooded forward in the Sinobo Stadium 3. England too reliant on Sterling’s goals  There’s no doubt Raheem Sterling is England’s big danger man after scoring eight goals in his last nine games  But are England becoming too reliant on the Manchester City star?  Gareth Southgate’s stars weren’t at their best in Prague and Sterling caught the bug too despite winning England a fourth minute penalty for Harry Kane  Sterling had the chance to clinch victory second half as he ran in on a pass from Kane but keeper Tomas Vaclik was out rapidly to make a vital intervention  Sterling, of course, kept going right to the end – but it wasn’t his or England’s night 4. Cool Kane delivers from the spot again  When Harry Kane’s on the spot he rarely lets England down – and it was just as well in Prague as he delivered again from 12 yards  There have been few better penalty takers for England than Frank Lampard who held the Three Lions record with nine from the spot in his 106 caps  But Kane, arguably England’s best outfield player on the night, is poised to create a new benchmark after equalling Lampard’s spot-kick haul  The England skipper cheekily placed his penalty down the middle of Tomas Vaclik’s goal as Raheem Sterling was pulled down by Czech Republic midfielder Lukas Masopust after just four minutes 5. Pickford dividing the nation  Jordan Pickford’s got his critics who claim he’s sometimes guilty of risky footwork or prone to an occasional lapse in concentration  Pickford has only managed three clean sheets in 12 games for club and country this season – – but as a shot-stopper the Everton keeper can’t be faulted  And he rescued England with several cracking saves to prevent the Czech’s scoring more  His superb one-handed save to deny Vladimir Coufal came just before the Czech’s scored their ninth minute equaliser  The 25-year-old Goodison star made another second half to tip over a powerful shot from Lukas Masopust and then denied Alex Kral as England’s defence opened up again  But he couldn’t prevent Ondrasek grabbing an 85th minute winner for the vibrant Czechs