Dominik Szoboszlai of Liverpool scored a solo wondergoal in Hungary’s 3-1 victory over Montenegro

Dominik Szoboszlai of Liverpool scored a solo wondergoal in Hungary’s 3-1 victory over Montenegro by nutmegging one opponent and beating another.

On Sunday night, Hungary defeated Montenegro 3-1 in a Euro 2024 qualifying match thanks to two goals from Dominik Szoboszlai, one of which was a spectacular solo wondergoal.

Even though Hungary had already secured their spot in the tournament with Thursday’s 2-2 draw with Bulgaria, Szoboszlai helped them rally from a goal down to win the game.

The energetic number eight has become a fan favorite since joining Liverpool from RB Leipzig for £60 million. He is known for his relentless pace and great goal-scoring abilities from midfield.

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But captain Szoboszlai scored twice brilliantly to put Hungary ahead, and Adam Nagy scored the game-winning goal in the second overtime.

Szoboszlai, a midfielder for the Reds, picked up the ball on the right side of the field and scored the game-winning goal. 

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After that, he equalized the score by drilling the ball past Milan Mijatovic, the goalkeeper. 

Szoboszlai scored his second goal just two minutes after that, capping off a fantastic exchange with Nagy with a sliding finish.

Many Hungarian football fans were quick to praise the abilities of the country’s golden son after the first wondergoal. 

“What a stunner of a goal!” exclaimed one review. ‘Oh my goodness, what a phenomenal player,’ one person insisted.

Also reacting were Liverpool fans; one claimed the team had “discovered a GEM,” while another gushed, “big fan of this guy, top player in the making.”

As a result, Hungary will enter next year’s Euros with confidence, having finished first in Group G and ahead of Serbia. 

After joining Liverpool from RB Leipzig in a costly deal during the summer transfer window, Szoboszlai has had a promising debut. 

The 23-year-old has played 12 times for the Reds in the Premier League since signing with the club.

As Liverpool have made an early title push, he has recorded one goal and two assists in that time. 

Prior to his arrival last summer, the Hungarian hinted to possible problems within the Liverpool locker room.