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Hungary Coach: Nigeria Too Good For Us

Hungary Coach: Nigeria Too Good For Us

By James Agberebi: 

Hungary coach Bernd Stork has described the Flying Eagles as the better team in their 2-0 loss to the African champions in Sunday's FIFA U-20 World Cup Group E clash.

A brace from Taiwo Awoniyi subjected the Hungarians  to their second defeat in a row after they narrowly lost 2-1 to Brazil.

"Today our players' fitness level was not at 100 per cent, as it was against Brazil, and to keep pace with an opposition like Nigeria is difficult," Stark told fifa.com. "We started well for the first 15 minutes but they were better.

"I wanted to give a chance to all my players so I can test their level against these quality sides and I am happy that I managed to do that."

Hungary will take on Serbia in the round of 16 after finishing as one of the best third-placed teams.

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  • steve 6 years ago

    I think he wants to avoid Germany , that was why he fielded his second string players, he even removed one of his scorers in the middle of  the progressive  game!.To be a champion you have to win all and avoid none. Look at the way the Hungarians were greeting our players. They're perhaps thinking, "You guys are either very brave, or very stupid".