Germany Is Safe from Euro 2020 Elimination after Drawing 2-2 with Hungary

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Germany Is Safe from Euro 2020 Elimination after Drawing 2-2 with Hungary
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Despite edging inches close to relegation, Germany is safe from Euro 2020 elimination after drawing 2-2 with Hungary.

Though our football prediction expected the Germans to win a clear victory, they actually fell behind Hungary in the tally. They were down 1-2 until there were just six minutes left in the match.

Germany is staying in Euro 2020 because of Leon Goretzka’s late equalizer in the 84th minute of the game.

So, Germany is safe from Euro 2020 elimination after drawing 2-2 with Hungary on home soil at Allianz Arena yesterday.

The German team is thus in the knockout rounds of Euro 2020. They’ve secured a last-16 match against England thanks to Leon Goretzka’s late equalizer.

Match Report

After 11 minutes, Hungary took the lead in Munich, which meant that Germany were facing an early exit.

Adam Szalai of Mainz, who has actually spent most of his career in the German Bundesliga, handed Hungary this lead.

There was a little reprieve when Kai Havertz scored a header in the 66th minute, equalizing the score to 1-1.

But Joachim Low’s side was caught napping just 91 seconds later, in the 68th minute.

And Andras Schafer took full advantage of this to restore Hungary’s lead back to 1-2.

Finally, Goretzka rescued Germany from their first exit at this stage of the competition since 2004.

Indeed, he and his German team sent Hungary crashing out of Euro 2020 in the process. Hungary faced elimination instead of Germany last night, therefore.

Here’s a football live stream of the highlights of this thrilling match last night.

Germany 2-2 Hungary

Goals: 0-1 Ad. Szalai 11, 1-1 Havertz 66, 1-2 Schäfer 68, 2-2 Goretzka 84

Bookings: Gundogan, Sane; Botka, Szalai, Fiola

Germany: Germany: Neuer (c) – Ginter (Volland 82′), Hummels, Rüdiger – Kimmich, Kroos, Gündogan (Goretzka 58′), Gosens (Musiala 82′) – Havertz (Werner 67′), Gnabry (Müller 67′), Sane

Hungary: Hungary: Gulacsi – Botka, Orban, At. Szalai – Nego, Fiola (Nikolics 88′), A. Nagy, Kleinheisler (Lovrencsics 88′), Schäfer – Sallai (Schön 75′), Ad. Szalai (c)

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