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Soccer World Cup Qualifiers: San Marino Scores Four Goals
Author: MTI [email protected]
Posted: Nov 12, 2021 22:47 | Updated: 12/11/2012 22:52
Budapest – The obligatory was brought by the Hungarian football players, and the series will close in Poland on Monday.
The Hungarian national football team won 4-0 in the Puskás Arena over the undefeated San Marino team on Friday in the World Cup qualifiers.
Dominik Szoboszlai (10) scored two goals on Friday night – Photo: MTI / Szilárd Koszticsák
The Hungarians led by two hits during the break, after both Dominik Szoboszlai and Dániel Gazdag were successful. The former also scored in the sequel, then the final result was set by Bálint Vécsei, then two newcomers joined Tamás Kiss and Balo Botond.
Federal captain Marco Rossi’s team’s success will certainly no longer be there at the event in Qatar in 2022, as the Poles won in Andorra, making their advantage ineligible for the qualifier in second place.
The Hungarians, who last participated in the World Cup in 1986, will close the series in Warsaw on Monday as a guest of the Poles.
Hungary – San Marino 4-0 (2-0)
Hungary: Dibusz – Botka (Balogh, 85.), Lang, Szalai A. – Nego, Nagy Á. (Schäfer, 56.), Vécsei, Schön (Varga K., 56.) – Rich (Kiss, 72.), Szoboszlai (Hahn, 85.) – Szalai Á.
6th minute: After Ádám Szalai’s exact pass, Szoboszlai handed out an apron, then shot from 14 meters into the lower left corner (1-0).
22 minutes into the match, Nego came through the middle and almost added to his team’s lead, but the shot went wide.
83rd minute: Szoboszlai fired the lower left corner from 20 meters (3-0).
88th minute: After a pass from the right of Kiss, the ball went from a defender to Vécsei, and he bombed from the left to the left of the goal from 13 meters (4-0).
15,000 full-time supporters took part in the stand, including Gianni Infant, president of the International Football Association, who took part in a meeting with Sándor Csányi, the first man of the Hungarian Football Association, vice-president of FIFA and UEFA.
The Hungarians took the initiative from the first minute, and from their first position they also took the lead through Szoboszlai. They remained in the lead as well, it was only a matter of time to increase the difference, which eventually came together in the middle of the game. Until the break, the excellent tactics of the mini-state prevented further goals, but the rival had no strength to counterattacks, only rarely reached the Hungarian 16th place.
The second half continued in the descending fog where the first one stopped: the Hungarian team attacked, the San Marino defended. What meant a change is that Hungarian supremacy proved to be barren at the time, because it was not paired with situations. For the last 20-25 minutes, the pressure increased again, with the accurate, goal-scoring shot of Szoboszlai and Vécsei, the Hungarian team managed to win the match between the two teams against San Marino by at least three goals.