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U18: Hungary beat Macedonia twice

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The U18 national team of Macedonia played two road friendlies against Hungary, both of them resulting in losses without a goal being scored.

Two unsuccessful test games for the U18 squad and their coach Jeton Nesimi. Hungary proved superior in both friendlies and won by a combined score of 5:0. The first fixture ended 2:0, while the second match finished 3:0. Those two results were the exact same scores that the U17 national team also lost while playing Hungary back in September at the very same stadium. Games such as this are used to build some chemistry and afford the young players additional experience, something that can be beneficial in the future.

Macedonian before the fierst game; photo: FFMMacedonian before the fierst game; photo: FFM


MLSZ training center in Budapest
Hungary U18 - Macedonia U18 2:0 (1:0)

Scorers: 10' Filip Dragóner, 85' Bálint Tömösvári
Hungary: Patrik Demjén (46' Dániel Vajda); Zoltán Szilágyi (67' Dávid Tóth), András Szalai (67' Tamás Rétyi), Attila Szalai, Bence Gergényi (46' Zsombor Nagy); Mátyás Tajti (67' Ákos Bíró), Bálint Vogyicska; Bálint Tömösvári (67' Miklós Micsinai), Ronald Takács, Dávid Kovács; Filip Dragóner (46' György Kamarás).
Macedonia: Filip Trajchevski; Todor Tosoroski, Semavat Seferi, Nehar Sadiki, Medin Bajrami, Elif Elmaz, Davor Zdravkovski, Emil Abaz, Bendjamin Mustafikj, Milan Ristovski, Viktor Dimkov.

Moment in the first game; photo: MLSZMoment in the first game; photo: MLSZ

MLSZ training center in Budapest
Hungary U18 - Macedonia U18 3:0 (1:0)

Scorers: 14' Filip Dragóner, 55' Zoltán Szilágyi, 81' György Kamarás
Hungary: Patrik Demjén (46' Bence Gundel Takács); András Szalai (60' Tamás Rétyi), Dávid Tóth (46' Zoltán Szilágyi), Attila Szalai (46' Zsombor Nagy), Bence Gergényi; Bálint Vogyicska, Ronald Takács (60' Miklós Micsinai); Bálint Tömösvári, Mátyás Tajti (46' György Kamarás), Dávid Kovács (46' Ákos Bíró); Filip Dragóner (60' Martin Koncsag).
Macedonia: Risto Jankov; Filip Gichevski (Antonio Mitrev), Viktor Stojkovski, Nehar Sadiki, Medin Bajrami, Emil Abaz, Milan Ristovski, Davor Zdravkovski (Bendjamin Mustafikj), Alban Sulejmani, Elif Elmaz, Darko Dodev.

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