Scotland vs Hungary Player Ratings

Scotland vs Hungary Player Ratings: Angus Gunn Impresses While Che Adams Struggles Alone

Scotland ended their Euro 2024 campaign without a single victory. In the final group game against Hungary, Andy Robertson and co suffered a late-goal punishment from the opponents as Kevin Csoboth scored to put his team ahead in the nick of time.

After a draw against Switzerland, Scotland hoped for a win at Stuttgart Arena but things have gone otherwise. Steven Clarke has a lot to ponder on his way home. Hungary on the other hand, could at least celebrate the day as they just showcased one of the most dramatic endings in the tournament.

Scotland National Football Team Player Ratings vs Hungary


Angus Gunn (7.8/10)
The game was anti-climax for Scotland including for Gunn who made four saves and two high claims.


Anthony Ralston (6.8/10)
Flank was his operation territory with his long ball attempts to his teammates up front.

Jack Hendry (6.9/10)
Not only defending, he was also active in helping Scotland penetrate into Hungary’s defending area multiple times

Grant Hanley (7.1/10)
Made seven clearances throughout the game but switched off in the worst time possible.

Scott McKenna (6.8/10)
Did the same as Hendry but McKenna entered the opponent’s final third more than his teammate.

Andy Robertson (6.9/10)
Relentlessly running up and down the left flank to open Hungary’s defence apart.


Billy Gilmour (6.9/10)
Actively seeking ball and spaces to create chances for his teammates upfront.

Callum McGregor (6.8/10)
Being a hub for the ball transitions from attacking to defending, and vice versa.

Scott McTominay (6.7/10)
Became Scotland’s catalyst in the midfield who dictated the attacking plan apart from Andy Robertson.


John McGinn (6.8/10)
Struggle to create chances with Hungary defended tightly.

Che Adams (6.4/10)
Found a tough challenges from the opponents as he couldn’t get much space to deliver shots


Stuart Armstrong (6.5/10)
Not a single shot on goal was launched by Armstrong since coming on the pitch.

Lawrence Shankland (6.9/10)
He was expected to give other options in the attacking front but failed to live up to the expectation.

Ryan Christie (6.3/10)
Christie had a hard time operating in the midfield, particularly when it came to dealing with Hungary’s determined attackers.

Kenny McLean (6.5/10)
Barely touched the ball during his presence on the pitch, even losing possession in the process.

Lewis Morgan (6.5/10)
It was not easy to replace someone like Andy Robertson and Morgan shows it when he can only deliver one successful cross.

Manager – Steve Clarke (6.5/10)
Has a lot to ponder following this heartbreaking result.

Hungary National Football Team Player Ratings vs Scotland


Péter Gulácsi (6.5/10)
Made multiple ball claims to save his goal from conceding.


Márton Dárdai (6.6/10)
Quite sloppy especially in the first half with not a single duel he won.

Willi Orbán (6.7/10)
Emerged as one serious threat for Scotland with his off-ball movement.

Endre Botka (7/10)
Scotland put a high pressure on Hungary, making Botka focus more on guarding his area to prevent the opponents from scoring.


Milos Kerkez (6.6/10)
Backing up Sallai to start the attacking from the left flank but struggled to keep up with Scotland’s midfielders.

Callum Styles (6.6/10)
Showing off his passing game with a key pass delivered and some successful long bails to open the space for scoring.

András Schäfer (7.1/10)
Giving a tough challenge to Scotland’s dominant midfielders with winning duels and tackles.

Bendegúz Bolla (7.8/10)
Attacking from the right side of the flank and managed to send one shot on target to shock the opponents.


Dominik Szoboszlai (7.2/10)
His pass to Scotland’s box was like a hot knife on a butter, slicing through the defenders dangerously.

Roland Sallai (7.9/10)
Get into Scotland’s box using his pace, providing threats to the opponents.

Barnabás Varga (6.9/10)
Clearly not the sharpest tool in the shed as he was clueless in the opponents’ final third.


Adam Nagy (6.7/10)
Had a tough game in dealing with Scotland’s press, being everywhere on the pitch to break the deadlock

Attila Szalai (6.5/10)
Not much he can do as he was struggled to set himself into the system. Only wandering around on the pitch for the rest of the game.

Martin Adam (6.7/10)
Delivered one key pass from touching the ball seven times but still couldn’t break the deadlock for his team

Zsolt Nagy (6.6/10)
Winning duels and tackles to provide the front liners ball to create chances.

Kevin Csoboth (7.1/10)
Put his team ahead in the nick of time, saving the day for all Hungary fans.

Manager – Marco Rossi (6.9)
To be fair Hungary were not playing better than Scotland but it was that last-minute goal which sets both teams apart.

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