The Hungarian national team's defeated side have already been beaten by group victories in Finland in Group 2 of the League of Nations. Marco Rossi's team were more determined and ready to fight, so Ádám Szalai and Ádám Nagy scored 2-0 and thanked him well for the year and the fans.
The Hungarian team started bravely with four of their starting points compared to the Estonia game: Gulácsi, Lovrencsics, Kleinheisler and Balázs Dzsudzsák were introduced, The latter also brought back the armband captain of Ádám Szalai.
The first dangerous situation had to wait for the ninth minute, when Zsolt Kalmár shot and shot in the corner of the hatch, but the attempt avoided Finland's goal. The guests seemed to have no greater participation for them, if they did not have to, they would not enter the fight and the area was delivered.
At 18 minutes, they signaled that they did not just defend against Budapest, Pukki jumped up and shot him on the corner of Gulac, and the corner with Vaisanen kotorta. Shortly thereafter, Pukki was back in position, but the Hungarian goalkeeper of RB Leipzig, this time, was in position and defeated.
In the second half of the match, the game was in the Finnish field and the superior was in the 29th minute: Korh passed the ball to Kalmar within sixteen years, which was rarely seen with a technical move on the Hungarian track, with a corner in front of Szalai, who silently sold the chip lead and took the lead.
The result was impressive for Rossi's team and the Hungarian team will reach the pitch in the next 10 minutes with the following goal: Ádám Nagy was a great fighter and got a ball on the Finnish court. He was shot and fired 17 meters, Jorononen, but he went out the door.
Thus, the Hungarians could have become desperate with an advantage to two, and perhaps it is not an exaggeration to say that the fans of the Rossi era were the best 45 minutes.
In the second game, instead of Tamás Kádár, Paulo Vinícius ran for the pitch, but fortunately neither the Hungarian nor the Finnish defender had to pay attention. However, due to injury, Botond Baráth also took off from second place, which Ádám Lang replaced with Rossi Korhus, sending Philip Holender, leaving the original four only for Willi Orban.
There was no reason to worry, however, in the 60th minute there was no serious possibility of the Finnish beautifying. Captain Markku Kanerva also tried to shake his team with trade, but the new staff did not give any impetus to the group's winner.
In the last ten minutes the teams got a bit overloaded, there were more technical defects and some late arrivals, so the final game was no longer about football.
However, the Hungarian team made a good start saying goodbye to the year, In addition to the surprise victory of the Estonians in Greece, he closed the group in 2nd place.
This can mean a lot to the Eb eliminator because there is a chance the team will go back to the third hat instead of the fourth.
Hungary-Finland 2-0 (2-0)
Groupama Arena, 9200 spectators, Slavko Vincic (Slovenian)
marker: Szalai (29.), Nagy Á. (37)
yellow cards: Barth (42nd), Lang (75th), Kalmár (78th) and Granlund (17th), Lod (86th)
Hungary: Péter Gulácsi – Botond Baráth (Ádám Lang, 52), Orbán Willi, Tamás Kádár (Vinícius Paulo, in the interval), Mihály Korhut (Holender Filip, 54) – László Kleinheisler, Ádám Nagy – Gergo Lovrencsics, Zsolt Kalmár, Balázs Dzsudzsák – Ádám Szalai
Finland: Jesse Joronen – Albin Granlund (Joona Toivio in Pause), Paulus Arajuuri, Sauli Väisänen, Jere Uronen – Robin Lod, Glen Chamber, Thomas Lam (Joni Kauko, 60), Robert Taylor (Petteri Forsell, 74) Jasse Tuominen, Teemu Pukki