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Hungary chalk up Luxembourg double

Published: Wednesday 10 June 2009, 2.45CET
Luxembourg 0-1 Hungary
The visitors made it two wins in five days against Luxembourg after Attila Filkor's first-half strike proved enough for victory in Dudelange.
Hungary chalk up Luxembourg double
Attila Filkor scored Hungary's winner in Dudelange ©UEFA.com

Match statistics

LuxembourgHungary

Goals scored0
1
Attempts on target0
1
Attempts off target0
 
0
Corners0
 
0
Fouls committed0
 
0
Yellow cards1
 
3
Red Cards0
 
0

Standings

Last updated: 21/03/2013 04:50 CET

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Published: Wednesday 10 June 2009, 2.45CET

Hungary chalk up Luxembourg double

Luxembourg 0-1 Hungary
The visitors made it two wins in five days against Luxembourg after Attila Filkor's first-half strike proved enough for victory in Dudelange.

Hungary made it two wins out of two against Luxembourg in 2011 UEFA European Under-21 Championship qualifying with a 1-0 win in Dudelange following up Saturday's 3-0 home triumph.

Tighter contest
Luxembourg put in a determined performance from the outset but Luc Holtz's side failed to create many opportunities. With midfielder Gilles Bettmer back in the fold, though, Luxembourg were far more solid than in their first meeting with Hungary and restricted them to fewer chances. However, the visitors did strike in the 26th minute, when Attila Filkor headed in what proved to be the winner. Ten minutes later, Luxembourg goalkeeper Lex Menster denied Ádám Présinger from the penalty spot to keep his side in the game. Although the hosts were a match for their opponents throughout the second half, Hungary held on for a narrow, but deserved, Group 3 win.

Last updated: 27/03/13 6.05CET

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Lineups

Luxembourg

Luxembourg

Hungary

Hungary

1
MensterLex Menster (GK)
1
GulácsiPéter Gulácsi (GK)
2
MartinoMassimo Martino
11
LázárPál Lázár
3
MalgetKevin Malget
3
KorcsmárZsolt Korcsmár
4
SiebenalerTom Siebenaler (C)
5
DebreceniAndrás Debreceni
Yellow Card80
5
ScholerChristophe Scholer
14
PrésingerÁdám Présinger
6
KettenmeyerMichel Kettenmeyer
Yellow Card43
Substitution74
8
VargaJózsef Varga
7
PolidoriBen Polidori
Substitution61
13
GyömbérGábor Gyömbér
8
BensiStefano Bensi
18
FilkorAttila Filkor
Yellow Card18
Goal26
Substitution89
9
BettmerGilles Bettmer
7
KomanVladimir Koman (C)
Substitution73
10
AlbaneseMirko Albanese
Substitution81
19
PátkaiMáté Pátkai
Yellow Card15
Substitution83
11
TwimumuNaby Twimumu
16
SzilágyiPéter Szilágyi

Substitutes

12
ArnoldJan Arnold (GK)
12
SomodiBence Somodi (GK)
13
SemedoAlexandre Semedo
2
HuszákTamás Huszák
Substitution83
14
BastosCédric Bastos
Substitution61
6
GálAndrás Gál
Substitution89
15
AlunniAlessandro Alunni
15
ZámbóBence Zámbó
16
TexeiraSergio Texeira
10
SzakályDénes Szakály
Substitution73
17
SagramolaChris Sagramola
Substitution81
17
BalázsZsolt Balázs
18
D. KitengeDimitri Kitenge
Substitution74
4
NagySandor Nagy

Coach

Luc Holtz (LUX) Wilco van Buuren (NED)

Referee

Igor Satchi (MDA)

Assistant referees

Oleg Molceanov (MDA), Vitalli Gorbatov (MDA)

Fourth official

Ghennadi Sidenco (MDA)

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  • Missed PenaltiesMissed Penalties
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  • SubstitutionSubstitution
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