Hungary ended a 14-game unbeaten streak


Hungary saw his long life cut short this Tuesday drawing of unbeatability, conceding a defeat against Ireland (2-1) that ended the streak at 14 consecutive games without a loss. That was the penultimate match for the Magyar team, which will close its preparation for European Cup of Germany facing Israel this Saturday the 8th, at Debrecen.

The team he leads Marco Rossi lost to a goal in extra time from Troy Parrott that raised the Italian’s anger: “It is impossible to accept a goal like this in minute 92. We want to win, but if you don’t score the winning goal you have to learn keep the tie“he said in a press conference.

“I didn’t think it was chained 14 games without losing weighed on us,” reflected Rossi, whose team has not suffered a setback since September 2022, in a match against Italy corresponding to the League of Nations.

“We controlled the game, We play according to the game plan, but there is always a rival on the field who is also playing. No, we were not satisfied with the tie. They had two chances and scored two goals, both early our mistakes“, the technician deepened.

And he concluded: “We had gone 14 games without losing and no, of course I’m not happy about losing. But no matter how much we talked about that streak, it was clear that we are not at the level of England or Germany“, he stressed to cool the enthusiasm unleashed in Hungary as a result of that streak.

Source: La Verdad


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