Nations League: Kunts celebrate forced victory with Turkey

Nations League: Kunts celebrate forced victory with Turkey

In the Nations League, coach Stefan Kuntz celebrated a compelling victory with Turkey. There was a scandal in Hungary. Review.

Wrong start for the Three Lions: At the start of the Nations League, the English national football team lost 1-0 (0-0) to the newly promoted Hungary. The duel between two German group rivals in Budapest was accompanied by another scandal when Hungarian fans called the Englishman to his knees before the game.

Dominic Soboslai scores the goal of the day for Hungary

In other games on Saturday evening, Turkey, along with German coach Stefan Kuntz, easily beat the Faroe Islands 4-0 (1-0) in League C. Finland with goalkeeper Lucas Hradecki Bundesliga side Bayer Leverkusen, on the other hand, did not draw 1-1 (1-0) with Bosnia-Herzegovina in League B.

In Hungary’s first victory over England in 60 years, the Underdogs were even more impressive. Rooms of Dominic DFB Cup winner RB Leipzig scored the decisive goal from the penalty spot (66).

Genghis Under (37 ‘), Halil Dervisoglu (47’), Zardar Dursun (82 ‘) and Merih Demirel (85’) all beat Turkey’s outsiders in the third division. . Kuntz’s team is clearly a favorite in a group with football dwarfs, Luxembourg and Lithuania.

The Finns lost key points in League B after conceding a last-minute goal. Former Schalke’s opening goal Team Puki (45 + 1, hand penalty) After the preparation of star striker Edin D’Souco, Smoiler Prevjack (90 + 3) drew level. (Sid)

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League B – Group 1: Armenia 1-0 Ireland

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League B – Group 3: Montenegro 2-0 Romania, Finland 1-1 Bosnia-Herzegovina

League C, Group 1: Turkey 4-0 Faroe Islands, Lithuania 0-2 Luxembourg

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