|Attempts on target||8||0|
|Attempts off target||0||0|
|3||Bulgaria||Republic of Ireland|
|10||Bosnia and Herzegovina||France|
|3||Portugal||Republic of Ireland|
Serbia made a final dash to the summit of Group 8 with Gojko Kačar hitting five goals against ten-man Hungary, but Belarus's tie in Latvia on Tuesday will decide who tops the section.
Hungary hit the self-destruct button in Belgrade as defender Ádám Pintér was dismissed for a foul in the penalty area, with Miralem Sulejmani converting the resulting penalty on 28 minutes. Hertha BSC Berlin's versatile Kačar scored his first of the game five minutes before the break, as Serbia went in 2-0 up, but Hungary came apart after the interval. FK Rad defender Nemanja Pejčinović made it 3-0 before Sulejmani converted his second penalty of the match on 55 mintes. Kačar doubled his tally on 64 minutes, finishing the game with a fearsome flourish of goals in the 86th, 87th and 89th minutes. Victory moves Slobodan Krčmarević's side to the top of the section, where they will stay provided Belarus do not win their game in Latvia on Tuesday.
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