Germany lost when they hosted Hungary in the UEFA Nations League. Adam Szalai’s gorgeous goal with a humiliating heel Die Mannschaft 0-1 at home.
Germany faces Hungary in the UEFA Nations League A Group 3 continued at the Red Bull Arena, Saturday (24/9/2022) early morning WIB. The hosts started with the initiative to take possession of the game and really did it, but struggled to deal with a low and tenacious block defense from Hungary.
A number of German attack attempts were countered by his visitors. Serge Gnabry’s cross in the ninth minute did not meet his partner and was secured by Attila Fiola.
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GOAL! Hungary took the lead in the 17th minute. From a corner sent by Dominik Szoboszlai, captain Adam Szalai met the ball with a heel that ended in the right corner of the goal.
Another chance from Hungary in the 26th minute. Fiola’s cross was met by Daniel Gazdag from close range, but was blocked by Marc Andre ter Stegen. However, later replays showed an offside.
Barely from Germany! David Raum received the ball down the left and sent in a cross which Thomas Mueller headed. Peter Gulacsi can still secure the goal. Germany trailed 0-1 to Hungary at half-time.
Opportunity for Germany in the 51st minute. Ilkay Guendogan’s cross was grabbed by Leroy Sane, but Gulacsi was able to block it with his feet.
Germany threw away another chance six minutes later, this time it was Timo Werner’s turn to get the ball from Mueller. Werner’s shot was bad and headed straight for Gulacsi.
Hungary almost doubled the goal in the 72nd minute. Martin Adam lunged forward and tried to open a shot, which Ter Stegen was able to keep out.
Chaos in the Hungarian penalty box four minutes later. Gulacsi punched in a cross and the ball fell to Joshua Kimmich. Kimmich tries to shoot, but Adam Lang heads the ball away.
Germany continued to press Hungary in the remaining time. However, Hansi Flick’s squad was unable to dismantle the disciplined and steadfast defense of Hungary.
With this result, Germany dropped to third place in Group 3 with six points from five matches. Hungary hold on to the top with 10 points, two ahead of Italy who just beat England 1-0.
England itself is stuck in a distended order with just two points collected.
Germany: Marc-Andre ter Stegen; Jonas Hofmann, Niklas Sule, Antonio Rudiger, David Raum; Joshua Kimmich, Ilkay Gundogan (Jamal Musiala 69′); Serge Gnabry (Thilo Kehrer 46′), Thomas Muller (Lucas Nmecha 85′), Leroy Sane; Timo Werner (Kai Havertz 70′)
Hungary: Peter Gulacsi; Adam Lang, Willi Orban, Attila Szalai; Attila Fiola, Andras Schafer, Adam Nagy (Callum Styles 78′), Milos Kerkez; Daniel Gazdag (Laszlo Kleinheisler 67′), Dominik Szoboszlai (Loic Nego 85′); Adam Szalai (Martin Adam 67′)
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