Angus Gunn has wished Hungary's Barnabas Varga well after an accidental clash between the pair left the striker hospitalised. 

The pair collided when contesting for a cross following a free kick, with Gunn's arm connecting with Varga's face, leaving him unconscious in the penalty area. A period of medical attention followed before the Ferencvaros striker was stretched off to hospital. 

The Hungarian FA and boss Marco Rossi confirmed after the 1-0 victory over Scotland that Varga was in a stable condition with a fractured cheekbone and required surgery. 

Gunn was asked about the incident post-match by the BBC and sent his best wishes to Varga after the 'painful' incident. 

 "That was a bit of a blur," the Norwich City shot-stopper said. "I had to come and I thought I done well, it was a bit painful, hopefully, the guy is alright."

He added in a statement via social media on Monday: "Relieved to see that Barnabas Varga, the Hungarian forward, is in a stable condition and [I] wish him a speedy and full recovery and look forward to seeing him back on the pitch in the near future."

Gunn and his City compatriots Grant Hanley and Kenny McLean have reached the end of the road in the Euros after the defeat. 

The City goalkeeper admitted that emotions were raw immediately after the game, with Kevin Csoboth netting a 100th-minute winner to dump Scotland out of the competition. 

It was a result that left Scotland bottom of Group A having taken just a single point from their three matches in the competition. They will now embark on a period of holiday before linking up with Johannes Hoff Thorup in pre-season. 

"It's hard to speak, to be honest. I thought everyone gave their best out there," Gunn reflected. 

"The goal at the end was because we were going for it, but I think the effort we gave today showed the fans and the country what it means to us.

Angus Gunn was one of Scotland's standout performers despite a defeat to Hungary.Angus Gunn was one of Scotland's standout performers despite a defeat to Hungary. (Image: PA Images)

"They managed to counter at the end and it was a bit of a sucker-punch because I thought we defended very well for most of the game.

"I think when we do look back we created chances we had opportunities and it didn't fall for us, deflections didn't go our way and we couldn't score.

"At the end of the day we are out and nothing really matters any more."