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Qualifying round - Group 4

Hungary - Bosnia and Herzegovina
4-1
 

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Holman double inspires second Hungary success

Published: Thursday 5 September 2013, 21.25CET
Hungary 4-1 Bosnia and Herzegovina
A goal down at half-time, Hungary scored four without reply in the second period as they made it two Group 4 wins out of two.
Holman double inspires second Hungary success
Antal Róth's Hungary have the maximum six points from two games ©Gábor Baricsa
 

Match statistics

Hungary
Bosnia and Herzegovina

4

Goals scored

1

15

Total attempts

9

5

on target

4

7

off target

4

3

blocked

1

0

against woodwork

1

8

Corners

4

0

Offsides

2

3

Yellow cards

2

0

Red Cards

0

21

Fouls committed

21

20

Fouls suffered

21

Lineups

Hungary

Hungary

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Bosnia and Herzegovina

1Jova (GK)1Jajalo (GK)
2Otigba2Avdić
3Baráth
Goal59
8Prcić
Goal8
Yellow Card55
Substitution73
5Kelemen9Maletić
6Windecker10Grahovac (C)
7Radó
Yellow Card76
13Barišić
8Szolnoki14Bevab
18Bese
Substitution46
15Duljević
19Vécsei
Yellow Card48
18Čajić
Substitution80
21Kleinheisler
Substitution46
19Atajić
Substitution60
23Kovács (C)
Yellow Card54
Substitution85
21Špikić

Substitutes

12Dombó (GK)12Pirić (GK)
4Lang3Letić
9Bacsa
Substitution85
5Petrović
10Vernes11Zakarić
Substitution60
Yellow Card82
14Holman
Substitution46
Goal50
Goal71
16Cimirot
17Szakály17Bekić
Substitution80
20Adorján
Substitution46
Goal84
23Krunić
Substitution73

Coaches

Antal Róth (HUN) Vlado Jagodić (BIH)

Referee

Anatoliy Abdula (UKR)

Standings

Last updated: 06/09/2013 13:07 CET

Legend:

P: Played   
Pts: Points   
  
Published: Thursday 5 September 2013, 21.25CET

Holman double inspires second Hungary success

Hungary 4-1 Bosnia and Herzegovina
A goal down at half-time, Hungary scored four without reply in the second period as they made it two Group 4 wins out of two.

Hungary produced a stirring second-half performance to defeat Bosnia and Herzegovina and make it two victories from two in UEFA European Under-21 Championship qualifying Group 4.

Sanjin Prcić put the visitors ahead in the eighth minute with a powerful header from Tomislav Barišic's right-wing cross, and Vlado Jagodić's side would have stretched their lead a little under a quarter of an hour later had Haris Duljević's drive gone under, rather than rebound off, the crossbar.

Hungary, 2-1 winners in Albania in June, emerged from the half-time break an altogether more determined outfit and had Dávid Holman to thank for their equaliser, the substitute heading in a delivery from Roland Szolnoki.

Szolnoki's fellow full-back Botond Baráth turned the game in the hosts' favour with a headed goal of his own just before the hour, nodding in Krisztián Adorján's corner. With 19 minutes left, Holman scored his second and Hungary’s third, taking down István Kovács' cross-field pass and calmly stroking the ball past Kristijan Jajalo.

Adorján got the goal his second-half display deserved when he stroked in a penalty, awarded after Kovács had been brought down by Goran Zakarić.

Last updated: 05/09/13 21.49CET

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