Dan Csoka came away battle-scarred and beaten from his first appearance for Hungary’s under-21 side, but overall, very proud.
The young Dons defender will miss tomorrow’s League One game against Oxford United at Plough Lane, as he is part of Zoltan Gera’s squad for the international break. He started the UEFA Under-21 Qualifier at the Alcufor Stadion against their Israeli counterparts, but had to come off having played the first half of a 2-1 defeat on Thursday.
“I went for a header with another player and I needed some stitches in my eyebrow, that’s why I came off, but no problem,” said Dan. “My family are proud. We’ve got San Marino away next Tuesday, where three points are a must.”
Dan has played three times for Mark Robinson this season – figuring in both of our Carabao Cup victories over Charlton and Northampton and the draw with Gillingham in the league.
He signed for Wimbledon just under a year ago, after impressing during a trial spell. The 21-year-old left-sided centre-back was previously with Wolves. His father Zsolt played for Hungarian side Zalaegerszegi.