Hungary’s under-17 team lost to Georgia 1-0 in the second round of qualifying for the European Championship in Tilke.
|The flour could not stand the Georgian youth (Photo: Csaba Dömötör)|
Forty minutes before kick-off, seven Georgian fans took their seats in the stands, but as the clock moved towards the kickoff moment, the number of Hungarian players increased. It was possible to see the Hungarian youth before the qualifiers for the European Under-17 Championship in Tilke, there are a lot of incentives working in them, which was not surprising, because the formula was simple before the meeting: if Georgia beat the team led by federal coach Zoltan Schlesi, he will conclude his place in The elite circuit of the Israeli European Championships next spring, which is only one step away from the main board of the continental battle.
In the first minutes, the Hungarian youths jumped on the guests, first Benedek Barkuci hit the corner by the corner, but missed by a few centimeters, then Tamas Szczuks and Barnabas Minihart Soso Kopaliani shot. The big attacks at home did not last long, and the Georgians sent the ball from free kicks and corner kicks to the front of the Hungarian goal, but they did not pose a great danger. It was a warrior match, full of many duels, Patrick Kovacs was quickly taken out of the wind, playing with tension on the left side of the defense, but did not compromise his performance, one of the best players. The Hungarian national team was the young man from Salzburg. In the 35th trial, the old team led a gentle attack on the left, after Patrick Kovac’s pass, Bendik Barkozy headed the ball over the goal. In the first half, it became clear that the members of the Hungarian team were clearly more dangerous and more qualified.
The Georgians, on the other hand, are more ruthless: the second half began with a brutal foul by Tengu Jobesia, the defender kicked a powerful kick to Tamas Szcz, but he escaped a yellow warning. After that, a tough male match dominated the match, the Hungarians U-17s tried with honor, but could not rush forward without a header, as Georgian left winger Gyorgy Tabatadze’s starts were dangerous and the visitors’ victory caused a lot of problems on the right side of the defence. As the meeting drew to a close, a few of the guest fans felt more and more, that their team had something to gain, and their team increasingly encouraged them. A few minutes before the end of the match, one of the Georgian attacks was outside the touch line, but neither the beach observer nor the referee noticed, and from this action Luka Barkadze took a free kick, after which Alexander Narimanidze headed the ball into the Hungarian gate.
It is clearly not legal to score a goal after a free kick, but it is clear that the referee erred in not awarding a throw-in to the Hungarian national team. Score one goal, but nothing to lose if Hungary’s U17 side defeat Iceland in Telki on Thursday, to advance from their group to the elite in the European Championship.
Group 4, Round 2
Hungary-Georgia 0-1 (0–0)
tentAnd Fifth: Bitigen (Turkish)
Hungary: Pécsi – Bodnár G., Kokovai, Szabó T., Kovács P. – Lisztes, Boros – Csatári (Klausz, during the break), Szűcs T., Menyhárt – Barkóczi (Pócs, 78.). Federal coach: Zoltan Szélesi
Georgia: Kopaliani – Sadgobelasvili, Harcsilava, Gobesia, Narimanidze – Cikolia – Cechladze (Parkinasvili, 68., Basziladze, 90 + 6.), Alibegasvili, Szigua, Tabatadze (Hacsidze, 90 + 1.) – Parcvania (Parkadzeas, 68., 90 +). 6.). Federal coach: Georgie Situri
Gulzerzo: Narimanidze (86.)
In another group match
Iceland – Estonia 1-2
Thursday 28 October
17.00: Hungary – Iceland, Telki
17.00: Estonia – Georgia, Bixki
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