Former Fulham and West Brom midfielder Zoltan Gera headed Hungary to a 1-0 victory over Finland in the European Qualifying Group F match on Friday night.
The match looked to be heading to a draw until the 35-year-old scored the goal which claimed Hungary's second win of the group stages in the 84th minute.
Finland suffered their first defeat in the group to Romania in their last match and Hungary made sure they suffered back-to-back defeats while earning themselves their second successive win following...
Romania remained unbeaten in their Euro 2016 qualifying campaign and moved up to second in Group F as Bogdan Stancu's second-half goals handed 10-man Finland their first defeat.
Both sides entered the clash at the Helsinki Olympic Stadium with four points after their opening two games, but Genclerbirligi striker Stancu's goals after 54 and 83 minutes ensured the visitors claimed a 2-0 win on Wednesday.
Following a first half where neither side pushed the tempo and chances were limited to long-distance...
Finland missed the opportunity to move to the top of Group F as they were held by Greece in their European Championship qualifying clash in Helsinki.
Having opened their campaign with a straightforward victory in the Faroe Islands, Mixu Paatelainen's side came from behind to share a 1-1 draw with a Greece side who claimed their first point of the group.
Nikolaos Karelis put the visitors in front with a smart first-half finish, with Jarkko Hurme hitting back for Finland before the hour mark as both...
Rosenborg striker Riku Riski rescued Finland from an embarrassing situation against the Faroe Islands.
Finland trailed to a Christian Holst goal and were in danger of becoming the Faroes' first major scalp since June 2011.
But Riski scored a brace to spin the tie around and then Roman Eremenko added a late third for good measure in a 3-1 win.
It was the least Finland deserved after a dominant display, but they will not be the neutrals' favourite after ruining the romance of a possible Faroes' win.