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Hungary booked a return to major
tournament football for the first time
in 30 years with a 3-1 aggregate victory
over Norway in their Euro 2016 qual-
ifying play-off yesterday.
Leading through debutant Laszlo Klein-
heisler's first-leg goal, Tamas Priskin
struck early in the first half before Nor-
way's Markus Henriksen scored at both
ends late on in the hosts' 2-1 win on the
Only five of their squad were even born
when Hungary played at the 1986 Mexico
World Cup and, of those, only veteran
goalkeeper Gabor Kiraly was in the start-
ing line-up on this occasion.
But, if history were there to be made
for the home side, it provided an ominous
omen for the Scandinavians as no team
had ever progressed after losing the first
leg of a play-off at home.
Missed chances in first leg cost them
and they came up short in front of goal
in Budapest also, although Kiraly's goal
hardly came under huge pressure.
But what really cost them was con-
ceding the all-important second goal in
the tie in the 14th minute.
For all of Hungary's historic footballing
pedigree it came via a route-one ball out
of defence aimed at Priskin in the inside-
The clearance appeared to catch Nor-
way half-asleep and the Slovan Bratislava
and former Watford striker cut inside
Even Hovland and the back-tracking Veg-
ard Forren to fire right-footed into the
far top corner for his 17th goal in 54
matches for his country.
Now with a two-goal cushion Hun-
gary's anxiety eased, but Kiraly still had
to be alert to save with his legs from
Haitam Aleesami after Mohamed Ely-
ounoussi had mis-kicked in front of goal.
Gergo Lovrencsics had the chance to
put the match beyond doubt, but failed
to hit the target with his far-post header,
while Hovland's header against the foot
of the upright on the stroke of half-time
from 16-year-old Martin Odegaard's cor-
ner suggested fortune was not favouring
After the break Hungary captain Balazs
Dzsudzsak had a shot deflected on to the
crossbar and then forced Orjan Nyland
into a good low save after a driving run,
with Kiraly denying substitute Marcus
Pedersen with his body after a mistake
by Guzmics at the other end.
The centre-back more than made up
for that slip by forcing Henriksen to turn
a corner into his own net seven minutes
from time and, although the forward then
scored at the correct end moments later,
it could not retrieve the situation.
Gabor Kiraly celebrates and Hungary is off
to Euro 2016.
Hungary into Euros after 30-year wait
Uncapped Manchester United winger Jesse Lingard
has been called up to the England squad for Tuesday
night s friendly against France following the with-
drawal of Michael Carrick and Jamie Vardy through
Carrick has returned to Manchester United after
suffering an ankle injury during England's 2-0 defeat
to Spain while Vardy has gone back to Leicester.
The Premier League top scorer missed the defeat
in Alicante because of what England manager Roy
Hodgson described as a hip injury and will also miss
the friendly against the French at Wembley.
With such a depleted squad, Hodgson decided he
needed to call up a replacement for the duo and he
has opted for 22-year-old Lingard. The Warrington-
born player has made 11 appearances for the England
Under-21s, but this is the first time he has been called
up to the senior squad. The United academy graduate
has earned the man of the match award on his last
two appearances for Louis van Gaal's team against
CSKA Moscow and West Brom. But there is no hiding
his inexperience. The United midfielder has played
just 193 minutes of Premier League football for the
club he joined aged seven. He has played eight games
in total for United and was loaned to Championship
club Derby last season after suffering a serious knee
injury in Van Gaal's first game in charge - a home
defeat to Swansea. Van Gaal said recently that the
midfielder was not yet ready to represent his country.
"I would say it is too much too early," the United
"We have to wait to see if he is consistent because
he is more or less the same age as Memphis Depay."
But with a long list of players unavailable through
injury, Hodgson has had to turn to inexperienced
players like Lingard, and Dele Alli and Eric Dier, who
are also in the squad. Lingard will join up with the
squad at their Watford base on Sunday as they prepare
for the friendly against France at Wembley, which will
go ahead despite Friday's terrorist attacks in Paris.
Lingard later posted the following message on Insta-
gram alongside a picture of him playing for the England
Under-21 side: "Delighted to be called up to the
England senior squad, its always an honour to wear
All 23 members of the France squad---including
Lassana Diarra and Antoine Griezmann---will fly
to England for Tuesday s friendly at Wembley, an
official from the French football federation has said.
Diarra's cousin Asta Diakite was one of the 129
people who died in the Paris terror attacks on Friday
night. Griezmann's sister, meanwhile, managed to
escape the mass killing at the Bataclan theatre, where
89 people died after it was stormed by armed ter-
rorists. Both were playing in France's friendly win
over Germany at the Stade de France on Friday -
which was also targeted by terrorists - while the
attacks took place.
France coach Didier Deschamps offered his players
the chance to pull out of the squad for Tuesday's
match against England in London if they did not feel
up to it.
But despite being directly affected by the attacks,
both players have remained with the squad and will
fly to England for next week's friendly, according to
France's team media officer Philippe Tournon.
"All the players are coming," he said.
France will hold a press conference at Wembley
today afternoon before taking part in a training session
at the stadium.
Deschamps and a France player are due to speak
at the event. The France coach and his players were
visibly shocked when they saw footage of the attacks
being shown on television following the win over
Germany in Paris.
Full France squad
travels to Wembley
England call up
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