For the second half Stark replaced Archer, Kelly and Armstrong with keeper Chris Kettings, Joe Chalmers and Sam Stanton respectively, the latter two making their debuts.
As Hungary started to take control of the game, by creating more chances and holding a lot more of the ball, Stark made a couple of more changes bringing on another two debut players Jack Grimmer and John McGinn replacing Slater and McLean.
Hungary were back in the game in the 68th minute, as Joe Chalmers hand balled the ball in the box as it was heading out for a corner. Andras Rado stepped up to the spot confidently and slammed it into the top of the net making it 2-1.
Hungary continued to press for another goal, Balint Vecsei took a shot towards goal which deflected off a Scotland defender, but he then followed it up with another strike which went narrowly wide. Istvan Kovacs also had a shot at goal soon after but it was straight at the keeper.
Danny Handling was given his debut when he and John Herron came on in the 76th minute for Fraser and Paterson, but Hungary’s pressure finally paid off in the final minutes of the game as Andras Rado scored his second goal of the game making it 2-2. Rado sped into the box with great pace, He skilfully cut back past a Scotland defender then swerved the ball past the keeper with great finesse.
The game finished shortly after Hungary managed to snatch a late draw. Scotland played well the first half, and still fought hard in the second, but Hungary really came into the game and started taking control.
Stark suggests the amount of subsitutions he made were a reason for their second-half performance. Although there was still a lot learnt which will benefit them in their upcoming games. Currently in the European Championship Qualifiers, Scotland are six points off of leaders Slovakia and three behind the unbeated Dutch side with three games left.