(Video) Liverpool star Dominik Szoboszlai scores incredible solo goal that Lionel Messi would be proud of


Liverpool star Dominik Szoboszlai scored an incredible solo goal to help Hungary beat Montenegro in their Euro 2024 qualifier on Sunday.

Szoboszlai, 23, has made an excellent start at Liverpool after joining the Premier League club in a £60m move from RB Leipzig this summer.

He is already a fan favourite at Anfield thanks to his energetic displays and ability to score spectacular goals from midfield.

Szoboszlai showcased that ability again while on international duty with Hungary, scoring twice to help them come from behind in a 3-1 win over Montenegro in Budapest.

Hungary had already booked their place at Euro 2024 with a 2-2 draw with Bulgaria on Thursday.

It looked as though Montenegro might spoil Hungary's homecoming party after taking the lead on Sunday at the Puskas Arena, Slobodan Rubezic putting them in front during the first half.

But two goals in three minutes after the break from Szoboszlai turned the match on its head.

After picking up the ball on the right wing, Szoboszlai cut inside and nutmegged an opponent before beating another inside the area.

The Hungarian captain then lashed an unstoppable shot past Montenegro goalkeeper Milan Mijatovic to equalise for the hosts. Check it out below.

Just minutes later, he put his side in front - latching onto a through ball before finishing past Mijatovic to spark wild celebrations in the home end.

Adam Nagy then put the result beyond doubt with a third goal for Hungary deep into injury time.

The result ensured Hungary finish top of Group G, ahead of Serbia - who booked their place at next summer's tournament after a 2-2 draw with Bulgaria.

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp admits he is shocked by how quickly Szoboszlai has adapted to English football.

"Dom [Szoboszlai] was a surprise with how fast he has fit in, it was pretty much from the first minute," Klopp said in September.

"Top-class player with a lot of quality. He never stops. He learns a lot from the game."

Liverpool next face rivals Manchester City in the Premier League on Saturday.

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