In group G, the Bulgarian team received Hungary. The hosts have long since given up hope of leaving the group and local fans staged a protest against the leadership of the federation.
Riots broke out not far from the stadium, resulting in 14 injuries and burning cars. The police had to use pepper spray and a water cannon.
The match ended with a score of 2-2, which was enough for the Hungarian team to guarantee its participation in Euro 2024.
In the same group, Montenegro beat Lithuania 2:0. The Montenegrins retained the chance to qualify from the group. Serbia has 13 points by the end of the round, Montenegro has 11.
In group J, after Portugal, Slovakia qualified for Euro 2024, beating Iceland 4:2. Luxembourg’s great victory over Bosnia and Herzegovina 4:1 was a sensation.