Antoine Griezmann scored midway through the second half to give France a 1-1 draw with Hungary and avoid the biggest upset of the European Championship.
Hungary took the lead in first-half injury time when Attila Fiola scored at a packed Puskas Arena. But Griezmann equalized from just inside the penalty area after Hungary failed to clear Kylian Mbappe’s cross from the right.
Mbappe had a late shot saved by Hungary goalkeeper Peter Gulacsi.
The 67,215-capacity Puskas Arena in Budapest is the only stadium to allow full crowds.
Fiola latched onto the ball after Roland Sallai won a header down the left flank, burst into the penalty area and held off defender Raphael Varane before clipping the ball into the bottom corner.
World Cup champion France missed several good chances before Hungary’s goal.
Scotland’s players are getting some down time at the European Championship by playing some golf.
The Scots held England to a 0-0 draw at Wembley Stadium but still have a tough road to reach the round of 16. The need to beat Croatia on Tuesday in their last group match at Hampden Park to have any chance of getting through.
Scotland assistant coach Steven Reid says “there was a bit of pressure to get a result” against England and “the boys came through.”
Reid says “you do need a day or two during an intense few weeks to switch off. They’ll play a few holes. Definitely not a full 18.”
Belgium midfielder Kevin De Bruyne says he still has barely any feeling in the left side of his face after his injury in the Champions League final last month.
De Bruyne fractured his nose and eye socket in a collision with Chelsea defender Antonio Rudiger in the title match in Porto on May 29.
The Manchester City midfielder required a minor operation and made his return to action in Belgium’s 2-1 win over Denmark on Thursday in their second group match at the European Championship. He scored one goal and set up another after coming on as a halftime substitute.
De Bruyne says “I still have very little feeling in the left side. I have got used to that.”
He says he has been “a bit scared to go into challenges” but “am glad I don’t have to play with a mask. I think I would be annoyed with that.”