Hungary defeated Austria 2-0 in their opening Group F game at Euro 2016 on Tuesday.
Adam Szalai put Hungary ahead in the 62nd minute, while Zoltan Stieber banged in the second in the 87th minute.
The game started on a high tempo with Austria threatening to score as early as the first minute through David Alaba, but his effort hit the outside of the post.
The Austrians continued to dominate the game and came close to scoring the opener in the 10th minute through Alaba.
The Bayern Munich player was put through on goal by Marko Arnatouvic, but failed hit the back of the net.
Hungary's first real chance of the first half fell to Szalai who rose unchallenged inside the Austrian box, but the number nine nodded the ball away from goal.
The breakthrough came for Hungary in the 62nd minute when Szalai fired them into the lead.
Three minutes later, Austria were reduced to 10 men when Dragovic picked up his second yellow card of the game for a rash challenge on Kadar.
The Hungarians made the point save three miuntes from time when Stieber slotted the ball home following a sweet counter attacking move.