Germany, the perennial favorite in any football tournament they participate in, are clearly struggling to score. Two goals in two UEFA Nations League 2022-23 games so far and the dreaded Die Mannschaft is third in Group A3. But a win over Hungary could potentially take Hansi Flick’s men to the top of the table. The match will be broadcast live. (More football news)
This is the so-called “death group”. At present, Italy leads the table with four points (one win and one draw), followed by Hungary (one win and one defeat). Germany have two draws, while England are fourth with one draw and one defeat. And it is the crucial moment for each team.
Germany began their 2022-23 UEFA Nations League campaign with a 1-1 draw against Italy thanks to Joshua Kimmich’s quick draw after Lorenzo Pellegrini’s goal in Bologna. It was followed by another 1-1 draw against England visiting Munich. Jonas Hofmann scored the first goal in the 50th minute, but Harry Kane converted from the spot in the 88th minute.
Unlike the Germans, Hungary started with a win against England in Budapest, thanks to a penalty from Dominik Szoboszlai. But Marco Rossi’s Magyars were defeated 1-2 by Italy in Cesena with Gianluca Mancini scoring a car for the reigning European champions.
Hungary vs Germany match details
Match: UEFA Nations League 2022-23, Group A3 match between Hungary and Germany;
Date: June 12 (Sunday), 2022
Time: 12:15 IST / 20: 45 local (Saturday);
Place: Puskas Arena, Budapest, Hungary.
How to watch Hungary-Germany football match live?
The football match between Hungary and Germany will be broadcast live on Sony Sports Network. Live streaming of the match will be available on SonyLiv and JioTV.
To check the global TV list, click HERE.
Hungary-Germany, record of direct clashes
Germany lead Hungary 13-11 in the head-to-head record. This will be the 36th meeting between Hungary and Germany. In the last five games, Germany have won 3 and lost one. They played a goalless draw in their last outing at the Allianz Arena, Munich on 23 June 2021
Hungary vs Germany, probably starting from the 11th century
Hungary: Pietro Gulacsi; Adam Lang, Willi Orban, Attila Szalai; Loic Nego, Zsolt Nagy, Adam Nagy, Balint Vecsei; Roland Sallai, Dominik Szoboszlai, Adam Szalai.
Germany: Manuel Neuer; Lukas Klostermann, Antonio Rudiger, Niklas Sule, David Raum; Joshua Kimmich, Leon Goretzka; Jamal Musiala, Thomas Muller, Leroy Sane; Timo Werner.