Екипа на унгарскиот портал „24.ху“ го лоцираше бегалецот Никола Груевски во Будимпешта како руча во познат и скап унгарски ресторан. Груевски не бил сам, него го придружувале неколку лица за кои се претпоставува дека го обезбедуваат, а имал и личен возач. Груевски не одговараше на прашањата од новинарот дали Унгарија му помогнала во бегството и како успеал да избега од Македонија.
Груевски, според снимката, се превезува со возило од марката „фолксваген шарaн“.
Голот со петица на прва кој секогаш нè потсеќа на Златан, падна и во унгарскот фудбалскиот шампионат ислободно уште од сега може да го прогласат за гол на сезоната.
Belgium will play Wales in the quarter-finals of Euro 2016 after a fine performance from Eden Hazard gave them a 4-0 win over Hungary.
Hazard made one and scored another as Marc Wilmots’ side left it until the latter stages of the game to wrap up the victory, earning them a last-eight clash with the Welsh in Lille on Friday evening.
Tottenham defender Toby Alderweireld gave Belgium the lead after 10 minutes with an unmarked header after a superb free-kick from Kevin De Bruyne, who also hit the bar in the first half.
Hungary had chances to level in both halves, but Belgium made sure of the win 12 minutes from time, Michy Batshuayi scoring with his first touch from Hazard’s superb centre.
Hazard then danced across the face of the box two minutes later before finding the bottom corner, capping off a man-of-the-match performance from the Chelsea man.
Belgium rounded off the win in stoppage time and ensured the biggest victory margin in the tournament so far when Yannick Carrasco coolly finished from 12 yards for his first international goal.
Wilmots made just one change from the side that beat Sweden 1-0 in the week, bringing in Dries Mertens for Carrasco, while Hungary were on a high after winning Group F against the odds ahead of Portugal, Austria and Iceland.
But it was all Belgium in the first half, with Romelu Lukaku forcing a save from Gabor Kiraly from an angle in the ninth minute before the opening goal came seconds later.
Alderweireld, unmarked from De Bruyne’s superb free-kick from the left flank, headed past Kiraly from eight yards for only his second international goal.
Kiraly then saved with his feet from De Bruyne as the Manchester City man was forced to shoot early having been put through on goal by Lukaku, with Belgium desperately looking to kill the game off early.
They hit the bar with 10 minutes remaining in the first half, Kiraly superbly tipping De Bruyne’s 20-yard free-kick onto the woodwork, before the Hungarians had two half-chances of their own.
First, Gergo Lovrencsics’ long-range effort went inches over the bar, before Balazs Dzsudzsak, who scored twice in a 3-3 draw with Portugal in the group stage, slid an effort just wide of Thibaut Courtois’ left-hand post from 20 yards.
Mertens, in acres of space on the right of the penalty area, could only find the body of Kiraly before half-time, and the former Crystal Palace stopper was again at his best after the break, tipping over Hazard’s fierce effort from just inside the box.
Adam Pinter’s deflected effort from 20 yards was acrobatically tipped over the bar by Courtois with 25 minutes remaining as Belgium stuttered, before defender Roland Juhasz drilled an effort from an angle inches wide of goal.
Marseille striker Batshuayi, who according to Sky sources has been subject of a bid from West Ham, was brought on for Lukaku with 13 minutes remaining and scored with his first touch, a simple finish from five yards after Hazard’s superb ball across the face of goal from the left.
Hazard then turned scorer, showing the sort of form that earned him he PFA Player of the Year gong in 2015, cutting in from the left and sliding past two Hungary challenges on the edge of the area before slotting into the bottom right corner.
Courtois then produced two saves at the other end, the first from Adam Szalai’s snapshot and the second from Akos Elek’s half-volley, before Belgium grabbed a fourth.
Having come on as a substitute in the second half, Carrasco was found by Radja Nainggolan on the left of the area in space, and calmly finished past Kiraly to round off a convincing win.
A Zoltan Gera half-volley put Hungary in front but Ronaldo set up Nani to fire in an equaliser before the break.
Two deflected Balazs Dzsudzsak strikes twice restored Hungary’s lead early in the second half, but a Ronaldo flick and header levelled on each occasion.
Hungary progress as Group F winners, with Portugal through in third place.
Portugal had been on course to play England in the last 16 as they occupied second place in the group at the final whistle in Lyon, but it was Iceland who claimed the runner-up spot with a dramatic injury-time winner against Austria in Paris.
Portugal, who would have crashed out had they lost to Hungary, have now reached the knockout stage in all seven of their European Championship appearances.
Hungary, who were denied a winner when Adam Szalai’s shot hit the post, will now play Belgium, who finished second in Group E.
Ronaldo appeared to be feeling the strain of not having scored at the tournament when, during a team stroll ahead of the Hungary match, he grabbed the microphone of a reporter and threw it into a river.
The 31-year-old came into the match with no goals from 20 attempts in the first two matches – including a missed penalty against Austria – and cut a forlorn and frustrated figure after Hungary took the lead through Gera’s superb strike.
But the Real Madrid star set up Portugal’s equaliser when he played a piercing ball for Nani to drive in a low shot which beat Gabor Kiraly at his near post.
And when Portugal twice fell behind to Dzsudzsak after the break, Ronaldo responded by rediscovering his scoring prowess just when it was needed.
His first goal – a deft flick from Joao Mario’s cross – made him the first player to score in four different European Championship finals tournaments.
“A crazy game, we were out of the European Championship three times, and we were always chasing the game,” said Ronaldo.
“It’s not every team that manages to beat Spain, so we respect them [Croatia]. But we know our strength, we know our worth, and we’ll look them in the eyes.”
Unfancied Hungary have emerged as one of the feel-good stories of the Euros and have advanced from the group stage of a major tournament for the first time since the 1966 World Cup.
They conceded 63.2% of possession to Portugal but they scored three goals and caused Portugal’s defence plenty of problems, even though manager Bernd Storck did not play four players on yellow cards.
They went ahead when 37-year-old former West Brom and Fulham midfielder Gera chested down a half-cleared corner before drilling home from 25 yards, while a free-kick and left-footed strike from Dzsudzsak went in off Andre Gomes and Nani respectively.
Akos Elek and Gergo Lovrencsics also went close, while a shot from Szalai effort struck the post in a pulsating game.
A late own-goal handed Hungary a share of the spoils as they came from behind to draw 1-1 with Iceland in a tight affair at the Stade Velodrome.
Gylfi Sigurdsson converted a 39th-minute penalty to open the scoring for Iceland ahead of Portugal’s match with Austria on Saturday evening.
The penalty was given after Hungary keeper Gabor Kiraly failed to clear a cross and in the resulting scramble Aron Gunnarsson was deemed to have been unfairly challenged by Tamas Kadar.
Iceland finally crumbled late on in the second half following sustained pressure from Hungary. Substitute Nemanja Nikolic delivered a low cross from the left and Birkir Saevarsson poked the ball into his own net after pressure from the Hungarian attackers.
That sparked jubilant celebrations in the crowd at the Stade Velodrome with fireworks, as has become common in the tournament, again being set off.
The start of the match was overshadowed by reports that fighting had broken out between some Hungary fans and the police inside the stadium.
Hungary will feel the result was the least they deserved, although they found chances hard to come by.
Captain Balazs Dzsudzsak did have one chance in the early stages but his fierce shot from the edge of the area was blocked by Aron Gunnarsson and he later had another effort deflected for a corner.
Iceland went close when Jon Dadi Bodvarsson headed over and Sigurdsson might have hoped for a better outcome after whipping in a dangerous-looking ball that evaded everyone.
Iceland came alive on the half-hour mark as Sigurdsson outmuscled Tamas Kadar to turn and shoot but Gabor Kiraly saved well with his feet.
Kiraly needed to stand up well again just moments later, but this time to redeem himself after playing team-mate Richard Guzmics into trouble. Guzmics was forced into a rushed clearance from a poor Kiraly pass and Iceland intercepted. Kolbeinn Sigthorsson swept in but the goalkeeper turned his shot away for a corner.
The danger was not over, however, and Kiraly compounded his error by spilling the corner. The ball ran loose and Gunnarsson went down under a Kadar challenge. It was perhaps a harsh penalty but Sigurdsson made no mistake from the spot.
Iceland seemed content to sit on their lead in the second half, although Bodvarsson attempted the spectacular with an overhead kick that flew well wide.
Hungary were allowed to keep pushing forward but Iceland stayed deep and limited their opportunities. Dzsudzsak did take aim with two long-range free-kicks but only of them troubled Hannes Halldorsson, and the goalkeeper clutched that at the second attempt.
Clear-cut chances were few and far between but Hungary’s pressure eventually bore fruit as they found space down the right with 87 minutes on the clock.
Laszlo Kleinheisler released Nikolic and his cross into the middle was diverted in by a tired Saevarsson.
Iceland might have snatched the lead back in injury time but Sigursson fired a free-kick into the wall and veteran substitute Eidur Gudjohnsen put the rebound wide.