- End of 2nd Half
- 2nd Half
- Sævarsson (o.g.)87'
- 1st Half
- Sigurdsson (P)39'
Iceland - Hungary
Euro 2016 - 19 June 2016
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FULL-TIME! Iceland are denied a first ever European Championships victory at the death. A cruel Birkir Mar Saevarsson own goal three minutes before the end gifts Hungary a point after a Gylfi Sigurdsson penalty put Iceland in front in the first-half.
WIDE! It strikes the wall, the rebound falls to Gudjohnsen but it's sent inches wide of the post.
FOUL! Finnbogason is hauled down by Lang right on the edge of the area. Sigurdsson to take... Could Iceland grab a late winner?
Space opens up for Szalai to have a shot... but it's straight at the goalkeeper.
- Yellow cardÁdám NagyHungary
The referee produces the sixth booking of the match.
FOUR minutes of added time. Hungary are pushing for a dramatic winner now.
Flares are now being lit from the Hungary end, prompting Dzsudzsak to appeal to his own fans to stop.
- Own-goalBirkir Már SævarssonIceland
GOAAAALLLL! An own goal. It's heart-breaking for Iceland who were minutes from their first ever win in the European Championships. Nikolic whips in a ball across the face of goal and Saevarsson can only turn it into his own net. 1-1.
FIVE minutes remain - can Hungary find a way back into the match?
- OffRoland JuhászHungary
- OnÁdám SzalaiHungary
It's the final roll of the dice for Hungary.
- OffKolbeinn SigthórssonIceland
- OnEidur GudjohnsenIceland
The 37-year-old arrives to a fantastic reception from the Iceland supporters.
- Yellow cardLászló KleinheislerHungary
It's the fifth booking of the match.
- Yellow cardTamás KádárHungary
A little bit of frustration creeping into the game as Hungary continue to look for an equaliser.
We're into the last 10 minutes and Iceland are on the verge of their first ever victory in the European Championships.
It's a really poor free-kick as Dzsudzsak passes it straight to Finnbogason on the edge of the area. Such a waste and time is running out for Hungary.
- Yellow cardBirkir Már SævarssonIceland
It's another booking for an Iceland player and Hungary, once more, have a chance to send the free-kick into a dangerous area.
Iceland have little under 15 minutes to hang on to a result which would take them top of Group E.
SAVE! Hungary have a free-kick in a dangerous area now. Dzsudzsak to take... but it's straight at Halldorsson.
- Yellow cardAlfred FinnbogasonIceland
The Icelandic sub will now miss his side's next game.
The ball falls to Bode just inside the penalty area but the substitute fails to connect with his shot and it rolls harmlessly to the goalkeeper.
WHOOPS! Dzsudzsak delivers a cross to the near post, Iceland's goalkeeper Halldorsson misses the ball, forcing Skulason to scramble it clear. Hungary have a corner.
Hungary, desperately trying to find a way past Iceland's stubborn defence, come forward once again through Gera but his through pass aimed for Bode is intercepted by Saevarsson.
- OffJón Dadi BödvarssonIceland
- OnAlfred FinnbogasonIceland
Iceland make their second substitution.
- OffAron GunnarssonIceland
- OnEmil HallfredssonIceland
Iceland also make a change.
- OffTamás PriskinHungary
- OnDániel BödeHungary
A double substitution from Hungary. Will it ignite their attack into life?
- OffZoltán StieberHungary
- OnNemanja NikolicHungary
The first of Hungary's changes.
Both sides are preparing to make changes now...
It's wave after wave of attack from Hungary now. They have little under 30 minutes to find an equaliser.
Hungary work the ball well inside the penalty area but some desperate defending by Skulason clears the danger.
Zoltan Gera - who has three goals in two matches against Iceland - has been fairly anonymous so far.
Iceland have won just three of their last 12 games coming into this tournament. But they're looking pretty comfortable for a victory on the biggest of stages.
OFFSIDE! But it's the wrong call. Sigurdsson picks out Sigthorsson with an inch-perfect cross but the forward heads it over the bar. The linesman spares his blushes as he raises his flag. He looked level.
Iceland's defensive stance means Hungary are being forced into long-distant shots and the most recent effort is struck well over from Kleinheisler.
The Hungary goalkeeper hasn't had the best of days...
Lang delivers a dangerous cross into the penalty area but the Iceland defence, again, deal with the danger well. Still no way through for Hungary.
OVER! Bodvarsson tries the spectacular but his over-head kick is always going over.
Iceland's defending has been admirable. Hungary, for all of their possession, have yet to create a real clear-cut chance.
Stieber falls inside the penalty area and produces a half-hearted appeal for a spot-kick. The referee signals play on - the right choice.
Hungary continue to move the ball forward in search of an equaliser. Iceland have all but one player camped inside their own half.
Some tactical advice to Hungary from the Football Manager guys...
It's a well worked free-kick as the ball is played short to Kleinheisler on the edge of the penalty area but he gets his shot all wrong.
Hungary have made a bright start to the second-half and they continue to put Iceland under pressure as they win a corner from 25 yards.
A good turn of pace from Stieber on the channel but his cross is blocked. Iceland have defended tremendously so far.
CLOSE! Kadar whips in a delicious cross, aimed for Priskin but Ragnar Sigurdsson does just enough to put off the Hungary forward who fails to make any contact.
- 2nd Half
No changes from either side as the second-half gets underway.
This is the moment(s) which mattered as Iceland took the lead.
As it stands, Iceland are top of the group. Unbelievable.
- End of 1st Half
HALF-TIME! And a Gylfi Sigurdsson penalty gives Iceland the lead at the break.
One minute of added time to be played at the end of the first-half.
- Yellow cardJóhann Berg GudmundssonIceland
The referee produced the first yellow card moments prior.
A powerful tackle from Guzmics on Bodvarasson dispossesses the Iceland midfielder who is down injured. The referee feels it was a good tackle and no free-kick is given.
The drama at Euro 2016 continues. Can Hungary find a way back before the half-time whistle?
Well, well, well. Hungary have been on top but they haven't made their pressure count. Iceland are in dreamland.
- Goal by penaltyGylfi SigurdssonIceland
GOAAALLLL! Iceland 1-0 Hungary. The minnows Iceland have the lead! Gylfi Sigurdsson sends the Hungary goalkeeper the wrong way.
PENALTY TO ICELAND! Kiraly drops the corner delivery and then brings down Gunnarsson. The referee has no choice other than to point to the spot.
Hungary give the ball away cheaply and the ball finds its way through to Sigthorsson whose shot is blocked by a last-ditch tackle from Guzmics. Iceland have a corner.
Iceland venture forward with full-back Skulason finding space on the channel but his cross is poor and it's sent out for a goal-kick. Still 0-0.
Still no way through for Hungary but they have played by far the better football.
CLOSE! Kleinheisle goes on a run, cuts into the penalty area but he can't find the target as his shot goes wide of the far post.
Dzsudzsak exchanges passes with a team mate and only a fantastic tackle from Sigurdsson denies him inside the penalty area. Hungary have a corner.
SAVE! Iceland should score - Gudmundsson shows tremendous strength to get onto the end of Gylfi Sigurdsson's pass but he can't find a way past Kiraly who makes himself big and produces a great save.
Another Hungary move comes to nothing. This time Dzsudzsak delivers the ball into a dangerous area but none of his team mates anticipated the cross.
Iceland are strong and well organised in defence and the Hungarians are finding it difficult to find a way through at the moment. Arnason intervenes to block Hungary's most recent attack.
STAT! Zoltan Gera has scored three goals in two appearances against Iceland.
It's fair to say that the second-halves in the Euros have provided much more excitement than the first periods, so far.
The final touch once again lets Hungary down as Gera overhits his pass and the ball runs harmlessly to the goalkeeper after Stieber had made a good run into space.
Iceland are sitting pretty deep at the moment which is allowing Hungary to pile the pressure on their opponents. It doesn't help that Iceland are finding it difficult to keep a hold of the ball.
The Hungarians last won back-to-back games at a major tournament at the 1966 World Cup - beating Brazil 3-1 at Goodison Park then Bulgaria 3-1 at Old Trafford.
The corner is dealt with well by Hungary who are well on top at the moment.
Hungary's set piece comes to little and Iceland break forward at the other end, forcing a corner of their own.
Dzsudzsak is causing Iceland all kind of problems at the moment. His latest foray sees his cross desperately blocked by Ragnar Sigurdsson. Hungary have a corner.
BLOCK! Dzsudzsak dances past a couple of Iceland challenges before unloading a shot at goal but Gunnarsson gets in the way and the danger is gone.
There's a fantastic atmosphere within the stadium with both sets of fans making plenty of noise.
OVER! Dzsudzsak's delivery finds Priskin but his headed effort is sent well over the bar.
We haven't seen a yellow card yet but Arnason is fortunate not to go into the book for a late tackle on Priskin. Hungary have a free-kick now.
Hungary's dangerman, Gera - who is 37 years old - always looks so comfortable on the ball.
Stieber is allowed space on the flank to deliver a cross but it's too close to Iceland's goalkeeper, Halldorsson.
It's been a dramatic improvement from Iceland in recent moments after a slow start.
CLOSE! Hungary are given another scare as a long throw-in finds its way to Bodvarsson but he can't find the target with a header.
CHANCE! Gylfi Sigurdsson whips the corner into the penalty area and Ragnar Sigurdsson rises highest but he can only glance the header wide of the goal.
Iceland are enjoying a spell of pressure now as they force a corner.
Better from Iceland as they break into the Hungary final third with full-back Saevarsson allowed space to deliver a cross. It's overhit though.
Hungary have made a bright start and are dominating possession in the opening stages.
First real sign of intent from Hungary as a deep cross from Lang forces Berg Gudmundsson into a headed clearance.
Hungary are operating with a 4-1-4-1 system - slightly more attacking than the formation which yielded a 2-0 victory over Austria in the opening game.
- 1st Half
We're underway in Marseille.
Sadly, there has been some disorder before kick-off.
FIVE MINUTES TO KICK-OFF: The Hungarians have won the last five encounters - scoring at least three times in the last three games.
Zoltan Stieber, who scored in Hungary’s 2-0 victory over Austria, replaces Krisztian Nemeth. Tamas Priskin provided the goal and he also features in the starting XI, in place of Adam Szalai. Roland Juhasz replaces the injured Attila Fiola in defence.
Iceland field the same side that remarkably held Portugal to a 1-1 draw. Kolbeinn Sigthorsson was on the score-sheet and he retains his place in attack for this crucial Group F clash.
PRE-MATCH STAT! Iceland have won three of 10 games against Hungary, losing the other seven.
Lars Lagerbäck, Iceland manager: "We have two matches coming up and we're going for three points in both. We want first of all to qualify, but also to have as good a position as possible in the group. So we'll definitely go for a win."
Hungary striker Nemanja Nikolic: “I expect a tough match, we’ve watched them two or three times before. Certainly the staff have analysed them already and we’ve identified the weak points that we would like to exploit. We’re expecting a tough match against them, but for us this is a very important match and if we come out of it well, we’ll qualify for the next round."
ICELAND: Halldórsson, Saevarsson, Sigurdsson, Arnason, Skúlason, Gudmundsson, Sigurdsson, Gunnarsson, Bjarnason, Sigthorsson, Bödvarsson. Subs: Hauksson, Hermannsson, Ingason, Finnbogason, Kristinsson, Jónsson, Sigurjonsson, Bjarnason, Magnusson, Hallfredsson, Traustason, Gudjohnsen. /// HUNGARY: Kiraly, Lang, Guzmics, Juhász, Kadar, Kleinheisler, Gera, Nagy, Stieber, Priskin, Dzsudzsák. Subs: Korhut, Fiola, Elek, Szalai, Németh, Dibusz, Böde, Lovrencsics, Pintér, Nikolic, Bese, Gulácsi.
Hungary defeated Austria 2-0 in their opening game and top Group F, two points ahead of Iceland and Portugal, who remarkably drew 1-1.
Hello and welcome to our live coverage of the Euro 2016 game between Hungary and Iceland – two of the minnows of the tournament, but already with huge results behind them.