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Hungary - Belgium
Euro 2016 - 27 June 2016
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Belgium will face Wales in the quarter-final in Lille on Friday after this 4-0 thrashing of Hungary in Toulouse. Eden Hazard produced a masterclass, and the number two ranked side in the world are now real contenders to win this Euro 2016 trophy.
- Yellow cardMarouane FellainiBelgium
Two minutes of added on time - Fellaini gets a yellow card for an arm across the throat of Szalai.
- GoalYannick CarrascoBelgium
GOAL: Hungary 0-4 Belgium. Courtois makes a save at the one end from Elek, and Belgium break to score as Nainggolan sets up Carrasco to slot the ball past Kiraly.
- Yellow cardMichy BatshuayiBelgium
A yellow card for Batshuayi for kicking the ball away following a foul on Lang after Nainggolan fails to get on the end of De Bruyne's chip into the area.
Witsel gets Dzsudzsak's free-kick straight in the crown jewels in the wall. The physio comes on to offer soothing words and some cold spray.
Witsel is penalised for a foul 30 yards from goal, and Dzsudzsak has a chance to shoot.
Batshuayi has plenty of time 30 yards out running against a tired Hungary defence but his effort is straight at Kiraly.
SAVE: Courtois flicks over a shot on the turn from Szalai - Hungary do deserve a goal for their performance tonight.
- OffRoland JuhászHungary
- OnDániel BödeHungary
Daniel Bode has come on for Hungary, replacing Juhasz after a torrid evening trying to stop Hazard.
Marouane Fellaini comes on, Hazard comes off to a standing ovation from the whole stadium, including the Hungary fans.
- GoalEden HazardBelgium
GOAL: Hungary 0-3 Belgium. Hazard nets the goal his performance deserved with a drilled finish following a break from De Bruyne and a cut across the penalty area.
- GoalMichy BatshuayiBelgium
GOAL: Hungary 0-2 Belgium. Batshuayi nets with his first touch of the match from Hazard's whipped in cross from the left.
CHANCE: Kadar bundles Carrasco off the ball from Hazard's fine pass. That was a bad miscontrol from the Atletico Madrid player.
- OffRomelu LukakuBelgium
- OnMichy BatshuayiBelgium
Belgium striker Lukaku is subbed for the fourth successive game, to be replaced by Marseille's Michy Batshuayi.
- OffÁdám PintérHungary
- OnNemanja NikolicHungary
Another chance for Hungary, and Adam Pinter's evening comes to an end, with Nemanja Nikolic coming on.
Lovrencsics gets the ball in space down the left but tries an outside of the boot cross that floats out of play.
Vertonghen steps out of defence and gets to the edge of the Hungary box, but is blocked and Hungary can clear.
Hazard gets the ball down the left but he overhits the cross to Lukaku. A rare error from the Belgium skipper tonight.
- OffDries MertensBelgium
- OnYannick CarrascoBelgium
Carrasco replaces Mertens for the final 20 minutes.
CHANCE: Roland Juhasz has time at the far post to control but his drilled shot is just wide of Courtois' goal.
- Yellow cardThomas VermaelenBelgium
Vermaelen pulls back Pinter and Hungary have a free-kick down the right. And a yellow card for the Belgium defender - he will miss the quarter-final.
SAVE: Courtois tips over a shot from the edge of the area by Lovrencsics.
Hazard lays the ball off to Nainggolan, who, leaning back, shoots well over the Hungary goal from the edge of the area.
- Yellow cardÁkos ElekHungary
Elek brings down Hazard down the left and concedes a free-kick and a yellow card. Kadar heads clear De Bruyne's free-kick under pressure from Vertonghen.
Kiraly flaps at corner and gets lucky and is able to grab the ball at the second attempt.
CHANCE: Mertens shoots over from close range after Lukaku misses a flick at the near post.
Kadar concedes a corner to deny Mertens a chance to cross from the right. His corner is poor though and Hungary can clear.
The star men so far have been Hazard and De Bruyne. Although Hungary are fighting hard in this opening 10 minutes of the second half.
Belgium's Romelu Lukaku in action with Hungary's Zoltan Gera
Szalai is unable to control a pass from Dzsudzsak following a cheap loss of the ball in midfield by Nainggolan. If he had controlled, he had Elek alongside him.
CHANCE: Szalai heads onto Vermaelen from Dzsudzsak's first-time cross on the run from the left.
Mertens clears up following a Hungary corner won down the left by Lovrencsics' determination.
De Bruyne drags a shot wide from Lukaku's pass when a better idea would have been to return the favour to the Everton strker.
Szalai is put in down the right channel by Elek but the Hungary striker snatches at his shot and shoots well wide.
- Yellow cardÁdám LangHungary
Lang fouls Hazard down the left and picks up a yellow card. Witsel tries to get on the end of De Bruyne's free-kick but the linesman flags for offside.
SAVE: Kiraly blocks an effort from the left channel from Hazard - the Chelsea playmaker again cuts in and finds space for a shot.
- OffZoltán GeraHungary
- OnÁkos ElekHungary
Hungary kick off the second half - Belgium dominated the first half but can Hungary get back into the match?
Akos Elek replaces Gera for Hungary in midfield.
No injury-time, and referee Milorad Mazic blows the whistle on a very entertaining opening 45 minutes.
Hazard does really well to get back into the left back slot to stop a pass to Lang. Not where you'd expect to see Belgium's star player.
This has been a decent match so far. Hungary are being outpassed in midfield, but are still very much in the match.
SAVE: Brilliant one-handed stop by Kiraly to deny Mertens from Hazard's sharp pass across the box.
CHANCE: Dzsudzsak finds space in front of Nainggolan but drags his shot from outside the area just wide of Courtois' goal.
A mini-spell of pressure from Hungary - are Belgium sitting back too much?
CHANCE: Lovrencsics tries a snapshot from 25 yards that has Courtois scrambling but the ball arrows over his crossbar.
SAVE: Kiraly saves from De Bruyne following another break from Lukaku, although Guzmics did well to block the shot and take the pace off the ball.
Nainggolan shoots well wide from 30 yards when a pass wide might have been the better option.
SAVE: Kiraly makes a brilliant save to flick a De Bruyne free-kick onto his crossbar. The 40-year-old seems to have hurt his fingers making the stop though.
- Yellow cardTamás KádárHungary
Kadar pulls down Mertens after getting the wrong side following a Hazard break. He gets a yellow card, and will miss the quarter-final against Wales should Hungary go through.
Pinter breaks down the left and finds Szalai, but Vermaelen does well to hold up the Hungary forward and Belgium can clear.
De Bruyne breaks from midfield and releases Lukaku down the left but his shot is shanked horribly wide.
Belgium are very happy to let Hungary on to them and maybe catch them on the break.
Lukaku chips a pass into the box but De Bruyne is unable to get any power on the header to beat Kiraly. Great link-up play from the Everton forward though.
Hazard runs at full speed at the Hungary defence after holding off Nagy, but then makes a mess of the pass on the edge of the area.
Hazard is offside following Lukaku's pass down the left channel. The Chelsea forward is annoyed that Lukaku didn't play the give and go first time, as he would have been onside if he had released the ball earlier.
Pinter breaks from midfield but Lukaku tracks his man back deep into his own half to check the attack.
Mertens runs on to a Meunier pass down the right but tries to beat Kiraly at his near post rather than cross, to the anger of Hazard running into the area.
SAVE: It's end-to-end stuff now as Hungary captain Dzsudzsak holds off Hazard and shoots but Courtois is down smartly to stop.
Hungary's Adam Nagy (L) in action with Belgium's Kevin De Bruyne
Belgium break but De Bruyne's effort is straight at Kiraly.
Courtois stretches to pluck a Kadar cross from the right out of the air from under his crossbar under pressure from Gera.
Boos from the Belgium fans as Hungary put together a few passes in midfield.
Szalai does well to get a header in and clear from Vermaelen. Alderweireld then blasts a shot over from 30 yards from a good lay off from Lukaku.
Hazard breaks down the right but Gera is across to concede the corner with Lukaku waiting hopefully.
Apologies - we had a technical problem. You missed a half chance for De Bruyne down the right that was blocked by Kiraly.
Pinter tries an angled ball through to forward Adam Szalai but Courtois is out to sweep up and clear.
And that is the first time Hungary have gone behind in Euro 2016 - can they come back?
- GoalToby AlderweireldBelgium
GOAL: Hungary 0-1 Belgium. Alderweireld gets in front of Lukaku to head home De Bruyne's deep free-kick to the back post. Hungary defenders look around at each other and ask 'Where was the marking?'
Lang fouls De Bruyne down the left and Belgium have a free-kick 30 yards out on the left touchline.
Kadar clears up under pressure from Lukaku following a half-break from Mertens.
SAVE: Hungary clear the corner, but Belgium come again and Kiraly is down to save from De Bruyne, following the Manchester City midfielder's brilliant control from a Hazard cross and shot from the edge of the area.
Hazard gets an early cross from the left that just evades Lukaku, Belgium then win a corner after Lukaku's shot is blocked from De Bruyne's pass.
Vertonghen is across to stop an attack from Lang. Vermaelen then clears the second cross from Lovrencsics and Courtois mops up.
De Bruyne tries a snapshot from the edge of the box that sails over Kiraly's bar.
Hazard looks at Lukaku and De Bruyne reproachfully, spreading the blame after he plays a ridiculously optimistic pass down the left which rolls out of play with no Belgium shirt within 20 yards!
Belgium break down the left but De Bruyne overhits the pass to left back Vertonghen.
Belgium in pale blue kick off in Toulouse against Hungary in red shirts and white shorts.
Confirmation of the line-ups, which includes the late change for Hungary.
The winners will face Wales in the quarter-finals following the Principality's 1-0 Round of 16 win over Northern Ireland in Paris on Saturday. The winner of the quarter-final in Lille on Friday will face Switzerland, Poland, Croatia or Portugal in the semi-final in Lyon on 6 July.
Late team news. Ferencvaros midfielder Adam Pinter comes in for Kleinheisler for Hungary. Pinter started the 3-3 draw with Portugal on Wednesday.
Wilmots says he would have preferred to face a more-fancied side than Hungary in the last 16, such as Spain or England. "We would have nothing to lose against those teams. The press acts like the game against Hungary will be a walkover. Did people not see them play against Portugal? There are no more small teams in international football."
Their only other competitive encounter was the third-place play-off at the 1972 UEFA European Championship, where Paul Van Himst netted the winner in Belgium's 2-1 win.
Belgium and Hungary have not met in a competitive match since a 1-1 draw at the 1982 World Cup that took the Red Devils through to the second stage of the competition.
The last time the two sides met was in Ghent in 2009, when Marouane Fellaini, Thomas Vermaelen and Kevin Mirallas netted in a 3-0 friendly win for Belgium.
"Kevin could be key. He didn't play very well against Italy but has striven to improve – he has wanted the ball and taken the initiative. Kevin is smiling again, he is enjoying his football. There has been a lot going on in his life, he changed clubs, but now he is smiling again."
Belgium coach Marc Wilmots is hoping for a standout performance from Manchester City midfielder Kevin De Bruyne.
Hungary coach Bernd Storck says Belgium are favourites going into the match. "We play the team second in the FIFA rankings, an excellent side. We have to concentrate on our strengths, be strong in defence and clinical when we have chances," he said.
Belgium beat Ireland and Sweden to progress from Group E in second place, behind group winners Italy.
Hungary, in their first European Championship finals since 1972 and their first major tournament since 1986. topped Group F without losing a game in a group that also included Iceland, Portugal and Austria.
HUNGARY: Kiraly, Lang, Juhasz, Guzmics, Kadar, Gera, Lovrencsics, Pinter, Nagy, Dzsudzsak, Szalai....Subs: Dibusz, Fiola, Bode,Korhut, Nikolic, Bese, Priskin, Elek, Kleinheisler, Stieber, Gulacsi, Nemeth.///BELGIUM: Courtois, Meunier, Alderweireld, Vermaelen, Vertonghen, Witsel, Nainggolan, De Bruyne, Mertens, Hazard, R. Lukaku. ...Subs: Fellaini, Mignolet, Gillet, Denayer, Kabasele, Dembele, J Lukaku, Carrasco, Batshuayi, Ciman, Benteke, Origi.
Laszlo Kleinheisler, Tamas Kadar and Adam Nagy all return for Hungary after being stepped down from Wednesday's 3-3 draw with Portugal in Lyon because all three were on yellow cards going into the match. Kadar replaces Mihaly Korhut at full-back, with Kleinheisler and Nagy coming into midfield in place of Akos Elek and Adam Pinter,
Belgium boss Marc Wilmots makes one change from the side that beat Sweden 1-0 in their final Group E match on Wednesday, with Dries Mertens replacing Yannick Carrasco in midfield. It also mean Radja Nainggolan, the scorer of the winning goal in Nice, retains his place in midfield.
Hello and welcome to Eurosport's live commentary from the Euro 2016 Round of 16 fixture between Hungary and Belgium. This is Nick Royle (@nickaroyle) taking you through all the action from the Stadium Municipal in Toulouse.