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Attila Fiola Scared A Journalist Sh*tless With Wild Celebrations After Scoring vs France

Daniel Marland

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Attila Fiola Scared A Journalist Sh*tless With Wild Celebrations After Scoring vs France

Hungary defender Attila Fiola's wild celebrations after scoring vs France genuinely had a journalist fearing for her life.

Marco Rossi's side are massive underdogs in Group F, dubbed the 'Group of Death', but they took the lead on Saturday afternoon.

Fiola's burst forward saw him slot past Hugo Lloris and to say he went mental is an understatement.

He hopped the barricade and went into the Budapest crowd - but not before slapping down on a desk.

The woman, who is holding a microphone, immediately glances up at Fiola as her entire workspace falls apart.

While the 31-year-old's passion was understandable, fans on social media couldn't help but feel sorry for the unnamed reporter.

France did have their chances in the first half and Kylian Mbappe came close after drifting through Hungary's defence.

Substitute Ousmane Dembele also rattled the post just after coming on in the second half.

They did get their equaliser in the 66th minute after Hugo Lloris' long ball forward caught the home side out.

Mbappe held the ball up and put it into the box for Antoine Griezmann to arrive and fire home.

Image Credit: PA
Image Credit: PA

France couldn't find a winner however despite a late penalty shout and the points were shared, with Hungary putting everything into it against the World Cup holders.

Portugal and Germany play at 5pm in Group F's other game.

Featured Image Credit: BBC Sport

Topics: Football, Euro 2020, France

Daniel Marland
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