Marco Rossi claims Hungary deserved to beat Scotland even though he knows they required some luck at times. 

The Hungarians scored deep into second half stoppage time to eliminate the Scots while keeping their own hopes of progressing to the Euro 2024 knockout stage alive. 

Scotland controlled possession during a cagey first half, but Rossi's side grew into the match and created multiple chances, including hitting the post before Kevin Csoboth's 100th-minute winner earned Hungary a stunning late victory.

"We must wait for the other results," he told BBC Sport. "We did what was possible with a bit of luck in the final moments. 

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"We had another big chance when we hit the post but we gave Scotland some opportunities as well. They managed more possession but we were able to cover, especially in the centre, leaving them to the sides and then at the end we were ok.

"The luck in football, like in life, is important. When we started preparing for the Euros luck was not on our side but we have to say the luck came back to us at the right time. 

"I know my boys, I know that they are really strong. I have to say the performance was weak in the first half but not in the second. In the game against Germany we played really well but luck went against us. They'd probably have won anyway because they are Germany. 

"At the end the result is fair. We cannot say we didn't deserve to win."