Hungary Secure Impressive Football Score Draw at Wembley

  • 13 Oct 2021 9:34 AM
  • mlsz.hu
Hungary Secure Impressive Football Score Draw at Wembley
A first-half penalty earned by Loic Nego and dispatched confidently by Roland Sallai put Hungary ahead against England in London and although John Stones levelled the scores before half-time, Marco Rossi's team were well worth their point in the end.

World Cup Qualifying - Group I, Round 8

England 1–1 Hungary (HT: 1–1)
London, Wembley Stadion, att: 69,380. Referee: Alejandro Hernández (ESP)

England: Pickford – K. Walker, J. Stones, Mings, Shaw – Rice, Foden, Mount – Sterling (J. Henderson, 76), Grealish (Saka, 62) – H. Kane (Abraham, 76, Watkins, 90+2). Head coach: Gareth Southgate

Hungary: Gulácsi – Kecskés Á., Lang, Szalai A. – Nego (Bolla, 90+2), Nagy Á., Szoboszlai (Nikolics, 90+2), Schäfer (Vécsei, 79), Nagy Zs. – Schön (Holender, 68), Sallai R. (Hahn J., 79). Head coach: Marco Rossi
Goalscorers: ENG: Stones (37), HUN: Sallai (24, pen).

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