HUNGARY 0-0 DENMARK, Budapest, 06/09/08

An uneventful goalless draw in Budapest saw Hungary retain the UFWC title in this World Cup qualifier.

Denmark had the majority of the possession and came closest to scoring, with Arsenal’s Nicklas Bendtner striking the post from a free kick.

Hungary played with a single striker, and Szabolcs Huszti had the best of their chances just before half-time, latching onto a mistake from Martin Laursen but being denied by goalkeeper Stephan Andersen.

Hungary will take the title into their second World Cup Qualifier against Sweden on Wednesday. Sweden also drew their first qualifier 0-0, playing out a stalemate with Albania.

Hungary: Gabor Babos, Zoltan Szelesi, Vilmos Vanczak, Roland Juhasz, Laszlo Bodnar, Krisztian Vadocz, Pal Dardai, Zoltan Gera, Tamas Hajnal, Balazs Dzsudzsak (Sandor Torghelle, 46), Szabolcs Huszti (Gergely Rudolf, 90).

Denmark: Stephan Andersen, Lars Jacobsen, Martin Laursen, Daniel Agger, Christopher Poulsen, Daniel Jensen, Christian Poulsen, Martin Vingaard (Jonas Borring, 62), Dennis Rommedahl, Nicklas Bendtner (Marc Nygaard, 87), Jon Dahl Tomasson (Martin Retov, 68).

About Paul Brown

Paul is a freelance journalist and author. He created the UFWC in 2003, and subsequently wrote the Unofficial Football World Champions book. He can be found on Twitter @paulbrownUK.

One thought on “Hungary 0-0 Denmark

  1. brunei

    hello, i’m from argentina and here ufwc isnt difunded and knowed, but it s an excelent way to know who is the best
    i think hungary must better their game for beats sweden cause they arrive stronger for that match and recently played eurocup

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