0-1. Shocking Hungary gives Germany the chime


No one gave a penny Hungary framed in group 3 of League A of the Nations League, and yet the Magyar team will reach the final day not only depending on itself but already knowing a draw next Monday against Italy (playing as a local) is enough to access the ‘Final Four’. Who will not be in the said final four Germanywhich surprised this Friday Hungary in Red Bull Arena of Leipzig. Just one goal, but a flag goal, was enough to make it happen Hungary who added three points (0-1).

Szalai’s goal

The aforementioned are both bearing the signature of adam szalai. The ‘9’ of Hungary left for memory a true work of art before which Ter Stegenthe holder of this time is low Neuer of Covid-19, attend as a spectator. It happened in the 17th minute of the match. Szoboszlai served from the corner and Szalai He landed a beautiful backheel at the near post that found the net before slotting past the German goalkeeper. A good goal

From there, Germany He tried it in every possible way. In Kimmich in command in the engine room Hans-Dieter Flick took control of ball possession up to 75% but, between the lack of success several times and the success of Goulash others, Hungary He managed to leave the German territory with a clean sheet and therefore with three points under his arm.

Facing the sixth and final day the accounts are clear. Germany stayed in no man’s land, England It is now a League B team and Hungary and Italy plays everything for everything Budapest. To avoid becoming the ‘cinderella’ of this group which ends up imposing itself on it, the ‘Azzurra’ must win. It means anything but that Hungary is in the final battle for this edition of the Nations League.

Source: La Verdad


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