Dominik Szoboszlai downs a shot after scoring twice for Hungry

Dominik Szoboszlai downs a shot in the stands after scoring twice to help Hungary qualify for Euro 2024… as the Liverpool star leads the celebrations following Montenegro win

  • Szoboszlai captained his country in what was an unbeaten qualifying campaign
  • Fans celebrated around him as he downed the shot before speaking to crowd
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Liverpool midfielder Dominik Szoboszlai seemingly took a shot of alcohol in the stands to celebrate Hungary’s qualification for Euro 2024.

The 23-year-old scored twice for his country – including an incredible solo goal – on Sunday afternoon as Hungary beat Montenegro 3-1 to secure their spot at this summer’s tournament in Germany.

The win meant Szoboszlai’s side finished top of qualifying Group G in the European qualification groups, ahead of Serbia in second and Montenegro, Lithuania and Bulgaria, who failed to qualify.

The country’s latest qualification marked another success in what has been an upward trajectory of improvement from Hungary, and they will aim to do better at Euro 2024 after finishing bottom of their group at Euro 2020.

But the celebrations will begin first, and Liverpool’s Szoboszlai led the way in the stands at the Puskas Arena.

Dominik Szoboszlai appeared to down a shot of alcohol after Hungary beat Montenegro

The midfielder raised the glass before taking in it’s contents, but didn’t appear to enjoy the taste of the liquid

The Liverpool midfielder scored twice as his country secured qualifiation for Euro 2024 on Sunday evening

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Footage showed Szoboszlai raising a small glass while stood in the stands as he appeared to gesture to someone that he was about to drink the bottle’s contents.

He downed the liquid as supporters around him cheered, before he pulled the bottle away from his mouth and pulled a face.

His reaction suggested the drink was strong, but he nonetheless continued to celebrate, jokingly shaking his head after assessing his drink before speaking briefly on a microphone.

Szoboszlai captains his country, a side that boasts a number of talented players, shown when they beat England 4-0 in June 2022.

They will be a side watched keenly at next summer’s European Championships after qualifying unbeaten in their group with five wins and three draws to their names.

Szoboslai captained his country in what was an unbeaten qualifying campaign as they topped Group G

He will now return to Liverpool as the Reds prepare to take on Manchester City this weekend

Szoboszlai, meanwhile, will head back to Liverpool after the celebrations have died down ahead of the Reds’s crunch Premier League tie against Manchester City on Saturday.

Jurgen Klopp’s side have been handed the Saturday lunchtime kick off for the third time in a row following the international break, but the German will hope to have all his players available despite some playing later in the week and having long distances to travel.

Szoboszlai has been a revelation for  Liverpool since arriving for £60million in the summer, making 17 appearances so far this season in all competitions.

He’s played a vital role in helping the side re-build their midfield and will hope to play a crucial role as Liverpool look to go top of the Premier League on Saturday. 


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