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Scotland 0-1 Hungary: Csoboth’s Late Goal Ends Scots’ Euro Dreams

Late Goal Sends Scotland Out of Euro 2024 in Heartbreak

Scotland’s Euro 2024 campaign ended in heartbreak as a stoppage-time goal from Kevin Csoboth saw them lose 1-0 to Hungary in Stuttgart. The Scots needed a win to advance beyond the group stage for the first time in their history, but a 100th-minute goal sealed their fate.

Agony for Scotland as Late Hungary Goal Ends Euro Hopes

Scotland’s Euro 2024 hopes were dashed by a stoppage-time goal from Kevin Csoboth, leading to a 1-0 defeat to Hungary. Despite dominating possession early on, Scotland failed to register a shot on target until the second half. Goalkeeper Angus Gunn was kept busy, making several crucial saves.

In the final moments, Hungary’s Barnabas Varga was stretchered off after a collision, leading to an extended stoppage time. Scotland’s Grant Hanley missed a golden chance before Csoboth’s decisive counter-attack goal. The defeat meant Scotland once again failed to progress beyond the group stage of a major competition.

Match Highlights:

  • Scotland made one change, with Scott McKenna replacing the injured Kieran Tierney.
  • Angus Gunn made crucial saves, including stopping Bendugez Bolla’s long-range shot and Dominik Szoboszlai’s free-kick.
  • Hungary’s Willi Orban hit the bar from a Szoboszlai free-kick.
  • Che Adams had Scotland’s first shot in the 53rd minute, but it went over the bar.
  • A collision led to Varga being stretchered off, but no penalty was given after a VAR check.
  • Scotland’s appeals for a penalty were denied after Stuart Armstrong was fouled.
  • Kevin Csoboth scored the winning goal in the 100th minute, ending Scotland’s Euro 2024 campaign.


Scotland captain: “We gave it our all, but it wasn’t enough. Heartbreaking to go out this way.”

Hungary manager: “Proud of the team’s resilience and composure to secure the win in the dying moments.”

Despite their early exit, Scotland’s performance showed promise, leaving fans hopeful for future tournaments.

Credit: Sky Sports

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