- Saevarsson own goal levelled contest minutes from final whistle
- Gylfi Sigurdsson had put Iceland ahead from the penalty spot
- Hungary fans clashed with stewards and riot police inside Stade Veledrome before kick-off
- Belgium cruised to victory against Republic of Ireland in Group E clash
- Portugal take on Austria [8pm] in other Group F match later today
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Iceland were three minutes from booking their place in the knockout stages of their very first major international competition. They will have to wait another few days to see if they can do that after the agony of a last minute own goal from Birkir Már Sævarsson at the Stade Veledrome.
Full time: Hungary 1-1 Iceland
Sigurdsson goes low, it hits the wall but bounces back out to Gudjohnson. The perfect Icelandic fairytale? His goalbound shot takes a slight deflection, enough to steer it wide agonisingly wide! And that will be that.
Is there more drama? Finnbogasson is fouled right on the edge of the Hungary area and Iceland will have a free kick with what will be the last kick of the game. Looks perfect for Sigurdsson. TENSE.
Four minutes of added time to go.
Flares go up from the Hungary end. Par for course in this competition now.
Oh dear, Saevarsson. You feel for him, you really do. Nikolic cuts in from the right and drives a cross in with Adam Szalai lurking. It passes the Hungary striker by, but the Iceland defender is already sliding in and watches in agony as it comes off him and rolls into the back of the net.
Goal! Iceland 1-1 Hungary (Saevarsson own goal, 87)
Gudjohnson's first involvement sees him get the ball facing his own goal, turning with great awareness and composure and releasing a teammate ahead of him. Very cool under pressure, Iceland need that in these last few minutes.
Here comes the big man, 37-year-old Eidur Gudjohnson comes on for Sigthorsson with just over five minutes remaining. Romania will also throw on Adam Szalai.
Iceland are 10 minutes away from qualifying for the knockout stages of Euro 2016. Will this be the most important moment in the history of their national team?
Oh dear. Hungary try one from the training ground with Kleinheisler sliding a ball across goal. Except it is nowhere near any of his teammates and Iceland can clear easily.
Saevarsson is shown a yellow card for cutting down Dzsudzsák, who has switched back over to the left. Another Hungary free kick.
Dzsudzsák whips a fine effort over the wall again, but it is straight at Halldórsson. The Iceland goalkeeper has spilt a few today, but he holds onto this one. 15 minutes left here.
Guzmics embarks on a terrific run from his own, powering towards the Hungary goal before he is eventually hauled down by Finnbogason. Another chance for Dzsudzsák from a free kick.
Lars Lagerburg rings in the changes. They are *deep breath* Emil Hallfredsson replacing Gunnarsson for Iceland, Nemnaja Nikolic on for Zoltan Stieber and Alfred Finnbogasson on for Jon Bodvarsson.
Dzsudzsák hammers a free kick over the wall that Halldórsson drops at the first attempt, but reacts quickly to gather.
This match got underway as normal earlier, but there were some ugly scenes as Hungary fans clashed with stewards and riot police ahead of kick-off. Here's our report.
That's a bad miss from Sigthorsson. Sigurdsson does well to dink a ball into the box from out on the left but his teammate gets his header all wrong and directs it well wide. The offside flag is up to spare his blushes somewhat, but replays suggest he was on.
Hungary are fighting to get back in this but they remain a goal behind after Gylfi Sigurdsson's penalty.
Iceland win a free kick about 40 yards out to the left that is curled into the box. Gudmundsson meets it with a header and Bodvarsson looks to knock it on goal with an outrageous overhead kick but he gets it all wrong.