Nagy voted Goal's best young player at Euro 2016

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The Hungary midfielder was helped by a staggering turnout from his home nation to easily beat Renato Sanches to the prize, with Raphael Guerreiro trailing in third


GOAL POLL RESULTS

Hungary have done it again! Adam Nagy has been named Goal's best young player at Euro 2016 with 54 per cent of readers' votes.

The eastern European nation showed their voting power back in March, when Ferenc Puskas destroyed Cristiano Ronaldo in our Legends World Cup. 

And Hungarian fans once more appeared to support their local star and send the 21-year-old midfielder romping home to victory in our poll of the most promising starlets in France.

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Portugal midfielder Renato Sanches, the favourite for the title, was a distant second on 25%, a whopping 29 points behind the winner. 

And not one of our other six finalists managed to break double figures, with Raphael Guerreiro (6%) taking the last place on the podium ahead of Julian Draxler, Joshua Kimmich, Samuel Umtiti, Kingsley Coman and Bartosz Kapustka.

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