At the end of a match that could have remained in the history books of the European Championship, Germany is doing quite well at the Allianz Arena against a valiant Hungarian team (2-2) and qualifies for the round of 16.
On course to qualify after their failure against France and their victory against Portugal. Germany, which received the small thumb from the Poule, had a cold sweat to seek its qualification after a pleasant and suspenseful match as so many football lovers love them.
To his surprise, it was the Hungarian striker Adam Szalai who came to cool the Allianz Arena by opening the scoring (0-1.11e) eliminating the 2014 world champion at home. Despite the multiple offensive asseaux, the Germans came up against a great Hungarian defense which had also hurt the team of France and Portugal during the first two days.
Led at the break, the Germans thought they had resumed the course of the wire following the equalization of his prodigy Kai Havertz (1-1.68e). But there was once again a lightning revival from an excellent Hungarian team, which until then achieved the perfect scalp by regaining the advantage two minutes after the equalizer thanks to a beautiful header full of will and opportunity. by SchÃ¤fer (1-2.68e).
A match that would have remained historic in the anal
On course to qualify, the Hungarian defense, which until then had ensured the perfect match by repelling all the offensive balls of the national Mannschaft, were surprised six minutes from stoppage of play thanks to Bayern Munich midfielder Leon Goretzka (2-2.84e) which delivers the German people and snatches the draw, synonymous with qualification.
The Germans finished second in this incredible hen while Hungary found the exit door by coming out last.