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19 Jun 2017
Hungary claim Talent Cup!
The Magyar roll past France in the final of the competition as Spain beat Poland for third place
An amazing final with 17 goals had Hungary reediting the BSWW Talent Cup yesterday in Siófok. With the 13-4 win over France, the Magyar confirm they have some of the best young talent in Europe, with some of that youngsters already playing an important role in the Hungarian first team.
One of those young players, Viktor Turos was again key for his team’s win, with four new goals that confirmed him as the top scorer of the competition.
The strike exchange between the hosts and Les Bleus lasted just one period, in which the score was 4-2 for Hungary. After that, the Magyar got hold of the game’s control, and repeatedly punished the French back of the net.
When France managed to cut the Hungarian inspiration, with two goals, the score was already 9-2, and the only thing they could do was try and soften the loud score. Two more goals by Viktor Turos left the score 13-4.
In the match for the third place, a consistent Spain gave Poland no option. Goalkeeper Pablo López scored for the third consecutive day, opening a score for the Spaniards that José Medina would make look better for La Roja with three hits. The late Polish reaction was too little, too short to change the course of things, and Spain would finally bag the bronze.
Best Goalkeeper: Pablo (ESP)
Top scorer: Viktor Turos (HUN)
MVP: Szentes-Biro (HUN)