Bogdan Wins 19th Cap; Hungary 1-2 Finland

  • March 06, 2014 | By Chris Mann
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Adam Bogdan won his 19th international cap on Wednesday night, as Hungary were beaten 2-1 by Finland in Gyor.

Bogdan, who recently returned from an injury lay-off at Bolton, returned to his national side for their international friendly - against a Finland team managed by former Wanderers favourite Mixu Paatelainen.

Hungary went in front with 13 minutes on the clock, as Gergely Rudolf got the better of Niki Maenpaa in the opposing goal.

Bogdan, who was shown a yellow card five minutes before the break, would then go on to concede two late goals - as Finland claimed their first win in four games.

Joel Pohjanpalo equalised with 74 minutes on the clock, before Roman Eremenko completed the turnaround by slotting home from the penalty spot with six minutes to go.

Hungary: Bogdan, Juhasz, Vanczak, Liptak (Kadar 56), de Almeida, Koman (Futacs 64), Dzsudzsak, Varga (Szakaly 88), Sandor (Elek 54), Rudolf (Nikolic 82), Lovrencsics (Gyurcso 52)
Subs Not Used: Korhut, Horvath, Balogh
Booked: Bogdan
Goals: Rudolf 13

Finland: Maenpaa, Arkivuo, Moisander, Ojala, Eremenko (Mattila 90), Sparv, Sorsa (Toivio 88), P Hetemaj, Kolehmainen (Ring 70), Pukki (Sadik 89), Riski (Pohjanpalo 64)
Subs Not Used: Hradecky, Halsti, M Hetemaj, Uronen
Booked: P Hetemaj
Goals: Pohjanpalo 74, Eremenko 84(pen)

Referee: Alexander Harkam (Austria)
Venue: ETO Park (Gyor, Hungary)

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