He exploded into the Hungarian national team at the World Cup last year, scoring six goals at the age of 19 and giving three assists in the semi-final against the Swedes. Máthé Dominik has come a long way since then, the clearest proof of his leapfrogging development being that he is a defining player on the Norwegian BL team, Elverum. At this year’s World Championships, his play is decisive in the Hungarian national team as well, Máthé feels that the goalkeepers are already preparing for him, and he takes this as an honor. Of course, also that tomorrow he can play against the French-era genius, his teammate Luc Abalo, in the quarterfinals.
“The game went well this fall, I’ll tell you honestly, I was expecting somewhere that I would have more roles at this year’s World Cup. I am very happy to be able to help the team, ”said Máthé Dominik at an online press conference before tomorrow’s quarter-finals against the French.
Regarding Monday’s defeat against the Spaniards, Máthé explained that he was frustrated on the bench and was extremely pleased that his role model, the former two-time BL-winning right-wing shooter, the Hungarian team leader László Nagy, tried to inspire him. The defeat against the eight-goal Spaniards is a thing of the past, with the 20-year-old shooter already focusing on the French. – We have a reserve, some of us didn’t play in the first group match. I think everyone will scratch themselves, as the goal is to get between the four. We are not going to ask for rest, we are all trying to concentrate on the task for sixty minutes. We’ll be on the field as long as we can, ‘said the Elverum shooter.
Dominik Máthé also drew attention to the weak or weak points of the French – If our manager, Máté Lékai, can move the defenders of the French, we will have a place, an area for us, the shooters as well. In the French, big-bodied people play in the middle, we can have a one-on-one chance against Karabatic or Fabregas. Their extreme players are not tall, we can arrest them. Reliable gate performance is very important. If Mikler defends, we have to start quickly, shoot down goals – the quarter-final opponent of the Hungarian national team’s current number one seven-meter shooter analyzed.
For Dominik Máthé, Wednesday’s match can be especially spicy: he is the winner of the Olympic, world and European champions, who won everything with his clubmate, the French national team, Luc Abalo against the field. “I haven’t spoken to Abalo yet, maybe we’ll have a word or two later today.” I’m so glad I can play against him – maybe for the last time – in the national team. Abalo is likely to retire at the end of the season. I find it a great honor to be able to play against him on Wednesday.
Source: Magyar Nemzet by magyarnemzet.hu.
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