Ferenc Szusza Stadion - Budapest 19/07/2014 - 18:30CET (18:30 local time)

Final tournament - Group stage - Group A

Hungary - Austria
1-3
 

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Austria too hot for neighbours Hungary

Published: Saturday 19 July 2014, 20.42CET
Hungary 1-3 Austria
Early goals from Sinan Bytyqi and Markus Blutsch unbalanced the Under-19 finals hosts in Group A.
by Matthew Watson-Broughton
from Szusza Ferenc Stadion

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Match statistics

Hungary
Austria

1

Goals scored

3

6

Total attempts

9

2

on target

4

4

off target

3

0

blocked

2

0

against woodwork

0

2

Corners

2

2

Offsides

1

2

Yellow cards

0

0

Red Cards

0

24

Fouls committed

10

10

Fouls suffered

23

Lineups

Hungary

Hungary

Austria

Austria

1Hrabina (GK)
Yellow Card14
1Lucic (GK)
3Talabér
Substitution46
3Rosenbichler
5Tamás6Lovric (C)
6D. Bobál7Horvath
Substitution88
7Medgyes8Michorl
Goal48
9G. Bobál
Substitution54
9Grubeck
Substitution78
10Németh (C)10Blutsch
Goal18
14Dominik Nagy11Bytyqi
Goal15
Substitution90+2
17Farkas
Substitution77
15Lienhart
19Kalmár
Yellow Card71
16Joppich
20Asztalos18Rasner

Substitutes

12Székely (GK)21Casali (GK)
4Lenzsér5Puchegger
Substitution88
8Mervó
Substitution54
17Laimer
Substitution78
11Forgács19Maderner
Substitution90+2
13Balogh
Substitution77
18Zsótér
23Varga
Substitution46
Goal60

Coaches

Géza Mészöly (HUN) Andreas Heraf (AUT)

Referee

Javier Estrada (ESP)

Press kits

Standings

Last updated: 20/07/2014 01:05 CET

Legend:

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Pts: Points   
  
Published: Saturday 19 July 2014, 20.42CET

Austria too hot for neighbours Hungary

Hungary 1-3 Austria
Early goals from Sinan Bytyqi and Markus Blutsch unbalanced the Under-19 finals hosts in Group A.

Austria took three points from their neighbours in UEFA European Under-19 Championship Group A, early goals from Sinan Bytyqi and Markus Blutsch unsettling finals hosts Hungary.

• Sinan Bytyqi makes breakthrough from the penalty spot
• Markus Blutsch and Peter Michorl extend Austria's lead
• Hungary meet Portugal next, Austria take on Israel

The home side never quite recovered from conceding those early strikes – a penalty and a goal from open play – and Peter Michorl's effort early in the second half killed off any serious hopes of a revival for Géza Mészöly’s team. Substitute Szabolcs Varga headed their sole response on the night, and they will hope for better when they take on Portugal on Tuesday.

Manchester City FC man Bytyqi finished from the spot on 15 minutes after Hungary goalkeeper Alex Hrabina brought down Valentin Grubeck, and the latter was involved again for the second goal, squaring for Blutsch to rifle the ball past a helpless Hrabina into the near left corner. Gergely Bobál had the host team's best chance of the first half, but his low shot from Zsolt Kalmár's pass was saved by Austria goalkeeper Ivan Lucic, Zoltán Medgyes hitting the rebound wide.

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Sinan Bytyqi scores the first

Midfielder Michorl went close just before the break, and got on the scoresheet in delightful fashion two minutes into the second half, his free-kick from 20 metres curling past Hrabina into the far-right corner of the net. Varga gave Hungary hope on the hour mark when he nodded in Zoltán Farkas' deflected cross at the back post but try as they might, Mészöly’s team could not reduce the deficit any further.

Last updated: 20/07/14 14.38CET

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