Monday, November 15, 2021 23:04
The Hungarian national football team won a brilliant 2-1 victory in Poland in the last match of the World Cup qualifying series on Monday night in Warsaw.
World Cup Qualifiers Group I Round 10
Poland-Hungary 1-2 (0-1)
Warsaw, National Stadium, 56,197 spectators, v. Tiago Martins (Portuguese)
scorers: Swiderski (61st) and Schäfer (37th), Rich (80th)
yellow card: Klich (41st), Cash (45 + 2.), Puchacz (58th), Kedziora (67th) and Nagy Zs. (6th), Schön (43rd), Szalai A. (64th), Rich (74.)
Poland: Wojciech Szczesny – Tomasz Kedziora, Pawel Dawidowicz, Jan Bednarek, Tymoteusz Puchacz (Przemyslaw Placheta, 83) – Matty Cash (Kamil Jozwiak, a szünetben), Mateusz Klich, Karol Linetty (Przemyslaw Frankowski, 65), Jakub Moder (Piotr Zielinski, a szünetben) – Krzysztof Piatek (Arkadiusz Milik, 65th), Karol Swiderski
Hungary: Dénes Dibusz – Attila Fiola, Ádám Lang, Attila Szalai – Nego Loic, András Schäfer, Ádám Nagy (Bálint Vécsei, 90.), Kevin Nagy – Kevin Varga (Dániel Gazdag, 58), Szabolcs Schön (Tamás Kiss, 72. ) – Ádám Szalai (János Hahn, 89)
Uplifting minutes led to the clash, the crowded Warsaw National Stadium applauded throughout the Hungarian national anthem, and then covered the auditorium with red and white cardboard under the Polish. Meanwhile, it turned out that the resting Robert Lewandowski, the biggest star in the home, ended up staying with the team and squeezing him off the bench.
We had to wait a good ten minutes for the first home situation, and the Hungarians dictated the pace in the jump as well, the Hungarian attackers could not keep the ball. Despite the Polish field dominance, the Hungarian team took the lead with András Schäfer’s head in the 37th minute after a point kick, taking advantage of a huge home defense error. The Poles could have equalized before the break, but Dénes Dibusz was in the gap.
The second half started with two dangerous Hungarian counterattacks, the play of Marco Rossi’s team improved spectacularly, yet the Poles were happy after they evened out after a point kick. The expected Polish attacks did not materialize, and even ten minutes before the end, the Hungarian team took the lead again, with two substitutes, Tamás Kiss and Dániel Gazdag, putting together the beautiful goal.
A portion of the nearly 60,000-strong Polish fan base headed home five minutes before the end of regular time, they had no longer heard the domestic whistle concert, which “said goodbye” to the second-place national team in Warsaw.
Source: molcsapat.hu by molcsapat.hu.
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