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Hungary beat Austria as Iceland hold Portugal on Group F opening day

All the action from Tuesday's two Group F openers at Euro 2016

Cristiano Ronaldo was unable to inspire victory for Portugal (Getty)
Cristiano Ronaldo was unable to inspire victory for Portugal (Getty)

Welcome to the Independent's live coverage of Euro 2016 as we bring you all the latest news from today's match between Austria and Hungary.

  • Both of today's matches were in Group F 
  • FULL-TIME: Austria 0 Hungary 2
  • Unfancied Hungary chalk up opening win
  • FULL-TIME: Portugal 1 Iceland 1
  • Cristiano Ronaldo left frustrated 

Follow the latest news below...


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Austria 0 Hungary 0: Here come Austria on the break, but the ball forward fails to find Marc Jako and Hungary can clear easily.  

Charles Reynolds14 June 2016 17:22

Charles Reynolds14 June 2016 17:23

Austria 0 Hungary 0: Chants of "ole" ring around the ground as Hungary string a long run of passes together. It comes to nothing though. Not much end product from either side at the moment.

Charles Reynolds14 June 2016 17:24

Austria 0 Hungary 0: The referee now having a word with Arnautovic. We can only hope it's about his terrible hairstyle. 

Charles Reynolds14 June 2016 17:28

Austria 0 Hungary 0: Suddenly this game has become a bit chaotic, tackles flying in everywhere. Not much actually happening near the goals though which is a bit of a shame. Free kick to Austria though. What can David Alaba do? 

Charles Reynolds14 June 2016 17:33

Austria 0 Hungary 0: Smash it straight at the wall apparently. One of the tricks he must have picked up at Bayern Munich.

Charles Reynolds14 June 2016 17:34

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