maxwell stunner saves ni against hungary
Dora Zeller’s corner gave Hungary the lead on 56 minutes after a scoreless first half.
With 11 minutes left, Maxwell powered home from the edge of the area for Northern Ireland.
Northern Ireland remains one point behind Hungary in the group after the draw.
As Eileen Gleeson’s side made it four wins from four, the Republic of Ireland secured top spot and promotion with a rain-hit 1-0 win away to Albania. Emoke Papai’s header was straight at Shannon Turner, like in the reverse fixture on Friday, when Hungary scored a last-minute winner.
Across the field, Laura Rafferty, in for the suspended Rebecca Holloway, flicked a header on to Sarah McFadden, but the defender cleared it away.
As Hungary broke, Turner produced a strong save to keep out Papai, who had beaten the offside trap one-on-one.
She was again involved as Zeller shot at Rafferty before volleying over the rebound from Friday’s match-winner Hanna Nemeth.
In the first half, Northern Ireland were uncharacteristically sloppy and were lucky when Viktoria Szabo fired straight at Turner and another poor pass forced the Wolves goalkeeper to parry it away.
McFadden had the best chance of the half just over the half-hour mark, when she fired a half-cleared corner inches wide.