Hungary midfielder Zoltan Gera has told skysports.com that playing against Italy was an 'ever-lasting experience'.
Gera produced an influential display in Wednesday's 3-1 friendly win over Italy, scoring a penalty and creating the third goal.
He admits he was not affected by nerves when taking his spot-kick and was delighted to see Hungary beat the 2006 World Cup winners.
"Let it be my secret how I wanted to score the penalty," Gera told skysports.com.
"If I was thinking about the fact it's Buffon on the goal-line, I'd have surely missed it. One shouldn't care about who's the keeper.
"It was an ever-lasting experience to play against the world champions.
"Our victory is very important for Hungarian football and I'm happy that so many fans were in the stadium.
"We defeated Italy, but we shouldn't believe that we're better than them."