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Hungary beats Scotland in stoppage time and maintains hope in Euro 2024
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In a decisive clash in the final round of the Euro 2024 group stage, Hungary beat Scotland 1-0 this Sunday (23), with a goal scored in stoppage time. Kevin Csoboth was responsible for the Hungarian goal at the MHP Arena in Stuttgart.

The Scots and Hungarians entered the field in a delicate situation, both fighting for a place in the round of 16 of Euro 2024. Only victory mattered. With the result, Hungary awaits the outcome of the other groups to find out if it will be one of the four best third-placed teams. Meanwhile, Scotland, with just one point won, is eliminated from the competition.

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Game of few chances

With more chances of reaching the dream place in the round of 16 in case of victory, Scotland started the match dominating possession of the ball. Despite controlling the game, the Scottish team did not find space to attack Hungary. Little by little, the Hungarians began to enjoy the game and went on the attack more often, finishing five times against the Scottish goal, while Scotland failed to finish once. With a first half marked by many fouls, the match went into halftime with a goalless draw.

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In the second half, Hungary returned more offensively, while the Scots tried to move the ball with a little more speed. McTominay and Adams were in danger for Scotland, which received the Hungarian response, mainly from Szoboszlai. However, neither team managed to finish with precision.

Goal in the last minutes

In the final minutes, the pressure was stronger from the Hungarians. Gunn was used a lot to keep the score 0-0, and Csoboth stopped at the post with the clearest chance of the entire game so far. But the pressure continued and the Hungarians didn't give up until the last move. In stoppage time, in a counterattack, Csoboth received it from Sallai in the area and, this time, sent it into the net, confirming the victory at lights out.

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Kevin Csoboth scores for Hungary in stoppage time and beats Scotland (Photo: reproduction/X/@EURO2024)


Scared on the field

In the 23rd minute of the second half, in an attack by Hungary, Roland Varga got the worst of a clash with goalkeeper Gunn. The match was stopped for medical attention to the Hungarian striker, who had to be taken unconscious on a stretcher by the stadium's paramedics and the Hungarian medical team, worrying everyone who was present. After seven minutes, the match was resumed with no news on the player's health.

Featured photo: Hungary scores in stoppage time and beats Scotland (Reproduction/X/@EURO2024)

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