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Csoboth's 100th-minute stunner gives Hungary victory, sends Scotland home


Csoboth celebrates his goal

By Kazeem Ugbodaga

Kevin Csoboth’s 100th-minute stunning goal sent Scotland out of Euro 2024 and gave Hungary the hope of qualifying for the knockout stage as one of the best losers.

Both Hungary and Scotland were on the verge of going out of the tournament if the match had ended goalless, but Hungary needed it most with the stunning strike.

A Superb work from Roland Sallai 10 minutes into added time led to the goal. He played a vital role in the build-up as he squared the ball to Csoboth, who beat Angus Gunn with a brilliant shot into the bottom left corner to make it 1-0.

Earlier in the 41st minute, Willi Orban leapt high to meet a beautiful cross from the free-kick into the box and attempted to score with a header. His effort was not accurate enough and bounced away off the bar.

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In the 79th minute, Stuart Armstrong went down in the box after a challenge from the defender. Possibly unsighted, the referee just waved play on.

In the 90th minute, Andras Schafer unleashed a decent strike heading to the bottom right corner, but the keeper dove and kept it out.

One minute into added time, Dominik Szoboszlai wasted an opportunity to have scored for Hungary. He created some space for himself inside the penalty box and unleashed a decent strike towards the right side of the goal, but Angus Gunn made an astonishing save to thwart him.

Two minutes later, Csoboth latched onto a good pass inside the box and shot. The effort beat the keeper, but deflected off the left post to safety.

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