Romania late show denies Hungary


Alexandru Chipciu’s goal in the third minute of stoppage time earned Romania a valuable draw in their 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil™ qualifying clash in Hungary.

The Steaua Bucharest player, on as an 86th-minute substitute, grabbed the visitors’ second leveller of the match to keep his side level on points with Hungary in second place in Group D.

Balazs Dzsudzsak’s penalty in the 70th minute had looked set to give the hosts victory, coming just three minutes after Adrian Mutu scored Romania’s first equaliser with a penalty of his own to cancel out Vilmos Vanczak’s opener.

Tonight’s match was played at an empty Ferenc Puskas Stadium in Budapest, punishment for abuse and displaying offensive symbols in their friendly at home to Israel last August.


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