Ferenc Puskás - Budapest 10/09/2013 - 20:30CET (20:30 local time)

Qualifying round - Group D

Hungary - Estonia
5-1
 

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Big win breathes new life into Hungary

Published: Tuesday 10 September 2013, 22.45CET
Hungary 5-1 Estonia
A bizarre own goal set the home side on course for a commanding win that leaves them occupying Group D's play-off spot.
by Matthew Watson-Broughton
Big win breathes new life into Hungary
Balázs Dzsudzsák and Dániel Böde celebrate against Estonia ©AFP/Getty Images

Match statistics

Hungary
Estonia

5

Goals scored

1

13

Total attempts

8

7

Attempts on target

2

4

off target

6

3

blocked

1

1

against woodwork

0

3

Corners

1

0

Offsides

1

2

Yellow cards

5

0

Red Cards

0

13

Fouls committed

13

12

Fouls suffered

10

Lineups

Hungary

Hungary

Estonia

Estonia

1Bogdán (GK)1Pareiko (GK)
2Guzmics
60
3Reintam
84
3Vanczák8Henri Anier
4Kádár9Kink
48
74
76
5Elek
76
13Vunk
69
6Z. Laczkó
54
62
15Klavan (C)
11
7Dzsudzsák
85
16Mošnikov
10Koman17Jääger
62
11Németh
69
86
18Purje
24
46
13Böde
41
21Ahjupera
46
20Hajnal (C)
21
23Teniste

Substitutes

12Király (GK)22Kotenko (GK)
22Megyeri (GK)12Aksalu (GK)
9Szalai2Lindpere
14Fiola4Bärengrub
15Lovrencsics5Kruglov
16Gyömbér
76
7S. Puri
17Devecseri
62
10Zenjov
46
18Szabics11Ojamaa
46
19Szakály
86
19Luts
23Lipták20Kams
76

Coaches

Sándor Egervári (HUN) Tarmo Rüütli (EST)

Referee

Aleksei Kulbakov (BLR)

Press kits

Standings

Last updated: 11/09/2013 08:29 CET

Legend:

P: Played   
Pts: Points   
  
Published: Tuesday 10 September 2013, 22.45CET

Big win breathes new life into Hungary

Hungary 5-1 Estonia
A bizarre own goal set the home side on course for a commanding win that leaves them occupying Group D's play-off spot.

A virtuoso display from Hungary's forward line set up a 5-1 victory over Estonia that lifted them back to second in FIFA World Cup qualifying Group D.

Hungary dominated from the outset and Krisztián Németh had already struck the crossbar when they forged ahead in bizarre fashion in the 11th minute as Mikk Reintam hammered a clearance against the head of his captain Ragnar Klavan and into the Estonian net. Tamás Hajnál and Dániel Böde struck to make it 3-0 at the break and though Tarmo Kink reduced the arrears soon after the restart, the hosts ran out comfortable winners.

Sándor Egervári's charges, seeking to rise above Romania and Turkey and into second spot behind a Netherlands side that qualified tonight, were always on top. They may have been unlucky when Németh rattled the woodwork but fortune was on their side when Balázs Dzudzsák's left-wing cross found the net via Reintam and Klavan. The next two goals were more orthodoxly impressive.

First Hajnál volleyed in Vladimir Koman's cross before, with the break in sight, Böde strode forward from halfway and dispatched a fine finish past Sergei Pareiko. Kink's goal stemmed the tide for a while but Hungary soon restored their three-goal lead, Koman's neat pass feeding Németh to shoot low into the left corner past Pareiko. Dzsudzsák rounded off victory with a strike five minutes from time.

Last updated: 08/05/14 4.15CET

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