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Matches

09/10/2009
2:3 a.e.t. (1:1, 0:1)
  • Antonio MAZZOTTA (82')
  • Giacomo BONAVENTURA (113')
  • Vladimir KOMAN (2' PEN)
  • Krisztian NEMETH (112' 117')

Summary

The spectacle of Suez
There were four red cards, five goals, but only one winner as Hungary defeated Italy 3-2 after extra time to book a place in the semi-finals. More »

Line-up

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Substitute(s)

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Coaches

Francesco ROCCA (ITA)
(HUN) Sandor EGERVARI

Officials

Referee: Oscar RUIZ (COL)Assistant Referee 1: Abraham GONZALEZ (COL)Assistant Referee 2: Humberto CLAVIJO (COL)Fourth official: Frank DE BLEECKERE (BEL)Fifth official: Peter HERMANS (BEL)

Have Your Say

(Total comments 110)


Latest Comments:
ahmedmorsi22
17/10/2009 at 20:26
ahmedmorsi22 (Egypt)
great match wish this was final and hard luck for Italian players who were gladiators and Hungary should deserve silver nor bronze medal
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Daniele
12/10/2009 at 09:12
Daniele (Italy)
good match also if italy unfortunatly loose
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lekvarturmix
11/10/2009 at 01:32
lekvarturmix (Hungary)
Why we can't watch any Hungarian match Highlights?
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Statistics

27Shots24
14Corner kicks8
1Yellow cards5
2Second yellow card and red card0
1Red Cards1
61%Possession (%)39%
  • The Hungary team line up
  • Vincenzo Fiorillo of Italy
  • Mattia Mustacchio of Italy
  • Adam Dudas of Hungary
  • Michelangelo Albertazzi of Italy
  • Krisztian Nemeth of Hungary beats Marco Calderoni of Italy

Sandor Egervari, Hungary coach
We expected that it would be a really tough match - and it was. In this game, my team were so strong mentally. It was a high pressured game and I had a feeling that things were going to happen, but my players kept their focus during the match. In fact, my players could say that they kept their heads better than I did. I was delighted with Krisztian Nemeth's goals. Tonight he showed his true potential.

Francesco Rocca, Italy coach
We didn't start the match well and to concede a penalty inside the opening minute made our lives very difficult. After that, we began to play better and I'm quite satisfied with the performance overall. It was a very exciting match, but I'm disappointed by the final result and I think it could have been different had there been no sendings off. But we're going back to Italy with confidence. We've shown that we're a good team.