Hungary, Iceland draw
Iceland were within two minutes of a famous victory on their first appearance at a major tournament yesterday, only for Birkir Már Saevarsson to put through his own net to hand Hungary a 1-1 draw that leaves Euro 2016 Group F wide open.
Iceland had taken the lead with a Gylfi Sigurðsson penalty six minutes before halftime after Tamás Kádár brought down Aron Gunnarsson after a goalmouth scramble, with Hungary keeper Gábor Király at fault for spilling a simple catch at the corner.
Meanwhile, at Matmut Atlantique Stadium, Belgium rediscovered their most blistering form to batter Euro 2016 Group E rivals Ireland 3-0 thanks to a brace from Romelu Lukaku and an Axel Witsel header.
The victory of the world’s second-ranked team was in stark contrast to their limp defeat in their opening match against Italy.