Hungary scored twice in the last two minutes to complete a stunning win over Iceland and qualify for Euro 2020.
Everton’s Gylfi Sigurdsson was set to be the hero for Iceland when his free-kick was fumbled in by Peter Gulacsi.
But substitute Loic Nego smashed into the bottom corner and then with extra time looming Dominik Szoboszlai curled in off the post.
Hungary will join Portugal, France and Germany in Group F next summer, with Budapest a host city.
Budapest’s new Puskas Arena, completed last year for the finals, is one of the 12 host stadiums for the competition – with Hungary also set to play Germany in Munich.
Szoboszlai winner in injury time to send Hungary through. This after Iceland was leading 1-0 in the 87th minute pic.twitter.com/pQtMjWdZrx
— J (@Matamatically) November 12, 2020