Scotland made five substitutions at the break and as a result Bonhof's side struggled to reproduce their fluent performance of the opening 45 minutes. The Hungarians made multiple replacements themselves and the game seemed to be heading for a tame conclusion. But in the 86th minute Tomas Csehi made Scotland pay the price for their lacklustre second half display by netting an equaliser from close range. The visitors weren't finished though and in stoppage time Zoltan Jovanczi found the target to clinch an unlikely victory.
Scotland U21: Smith, Lawson, Lappin, Kennedy, Dowie, McCunnie, Foy, Wilson, O'Connor, Maloney, Prunty
Subs: Marshall, Dempster, Diamond, Morrison, Sweeney, Reilly, Beattie, Wallace
Hungary U21: Fulop, Rodenbucher, Vasko, Vanczak, Takacs, Regedei, Ervin David, Huszti, Varga, Jozsi, Nogradi
Subs: Zoltan Kovacs, Jovanczai, Csopaki, Csehi, Belogh, Szijarpo, Sandor
Referee: M Courtney (N Ireland)