Budapest was bouncing as Hungary booked their place at Euro 2016.
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Hungary have qualified for a major championship for the first time in 30 years

Former Watford and Ipswich striker Tamas Priskin scored a vital goal for the Magyars this evening.

HUNGARY ARE GOING to the European Championships.

Bernd Storck’s side beat Norway 2-1 in Budapest tonight to clinch a 3-1 aggregate win in their France 2016 play-off.

It is the first time since the 1986 World Cup that Hungary have qualified for a major international championship.

Leading 1-0 from the first leg, this Tamas Priskin cracker on 14 minutes gave Hungary a bit of breathing space:

And when Norway’s Markus Henriksen turned the ball into his own goal seven minutes from time, the Magyars’ ticket to France was rubber-stamped:

Henriksen did make amends with a goal at the right end four minutes later but it was little more than a consolation:

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