Germany – Hungary
Germany will try to record a second consecutive win in Group F of Euro 2020 when they face Hungary at the Allianz Arena on Wednesday. Just few days ago the Mannschaft made an inspiring performance against Portugal and showed their true qualities.
Germany suffered a defeat against France in their first game, but against Portugal Joachim Low’s team showed what they can really do. The three time European champions scored four times against Portugal although two of these goals were own-goals. Kai Havertz and Robin Gosens also found the net behind the goalkeeper Rui Patricio.
Joachim Low trusted his players and didn’t make any changes to the line-up which suffered the loss against France. In this regard the head coach showed some solid character and proved that he was not feeling shaken by just one defeat. Thomas Muller, Kai Havertz and Serge Gnabry started once again in attack while Toni Kroos and Ilkay Gundogan operated in midfield. The good news is the return from injury of Leon Goretzka who also played against Portugal.
Hungary are feeling inspired after winning a point against the world champion France in Budapest. The Magyars were complete underdogs against Didier Deschamps’ men, but they brought joy to the nation with a 1-1 draw against the French team. Attila Fiola opened the score for Hungary at the end of the first half, but Antoine Griezmann equalised for France in the middle of the second half. For Hungary this was a first goal and a first point at the Euro 2020 – surely a solid achievement against the current world champion.
That’s the preview of the Euro 2020 match between Germany and Hungary at the Allianz Arena in the Bavarian capital on Wednesday. Some might say this should be an easy win for the Mannschaft, but don’t forget we were saying the same thing about France as well.