Dutch hit eight past Bogdan
ADAM Bogdan must put an eight-goal hammering to the back of his mind as he aims to help Hungary to an unlikely World Cup play-off spot.
After shipping four goals in each half against the Netherlands on Friday night the Wanderers keeper should not be as busy against minnows Andorra tomorrow.
Manchester United striker Robin van Persie scored three of the Dutch goals in Hungary’s heaviest-ever defeat, after which national team boss Sándor Egervári resigned from his post after three years in charge.
Even a victory in Budapest might not be enough for Hungary to secure second spot, however, as they would also be reliant on Turkey and Romania failing to win their own games.
Jermaine Beckford’s World Cup chances ended at the weekend as Jamaica were beaten 2-0 by the US.
The Whites striker did not travel with the Reggae Boyz on this occasion because his partner is expecting their third child.
Chung-Yong Lee was also in international action, playing 86 minutes in a 2-0 defeat to Brazil in Seoul.
The Wanderers winger should feature again tomorrow as South Korea face Mali in Cheonan in a second friendly match.