Germany continued its disappointing results in the European Nations League, after achieving a new draw with Hungary, with a goal each, today, Saturday, in the third round of Group C in the first “A” level.
Hungary advanced with a goal in the 6th minute through Zolt Nagy, but the response came after 3 minutes with a German equalizer, scored by Jonas Hoffmann.
Germany has so far failed to achieve any victory after drawing in all its matches with the same result (1-1), reaching 3 points, in which it ranked third, while the Hungarian team raised its score to the fourth point in the runners-up.
The start of the match came on fire after the Hungarian team succeeded in surprising its guest with an early goal after 6 minutes through Nagy, who received a ball inside the penalty area before directing it into the roof of the net.
The pride of the Germans prevented the joy of the hosts from continuing for a long time after they managed to equalize the result after less than 3 minutes through Hoffmann, who received a pass inside the area before placing the ball in the far left corner.
Haveritz squandered a real chance for the guests after he met a perfect cross with a header that passed next to the right post.
The defenders of the two teams managed to withstand the following minutes in front of all the attacks that almost created a danger to the two goals.
In the last minutes of the first half, German goalkeeper Manuel Neuer saved his goal by blocking a shot from Viola, so the two teams went to the break with a 1-1 draw.
The two teams exchanged attacks at the beginning of the second half, and the owners of the land were the most dangerous, but the German defense was on the lookout for them.
After German coach Hans Flick found it difficult to find the way to the Hungary goal, he decided to push Ilkay Gundogan at the expense of Leon Goretzka in the 69th minute.
This decision was met by the Italian Marco Rossi, the coach of Hungary, with another similar one in the midfield also by inserting Luis Nego, instead of Zolt Nagy.
The Germans almost advanced with a second goal after Hoffmann received a silk pass, which put him face to face with the Hungarian goalkeeper, but he missed the opportunity strangely after he decided to pass a short ball towards Timo Werner, but it was not accurate enough and defender Orban kept him off the field.
Hungary launched a counterattack that reached the substitute Gazdag, who decided to shoot from a distance, but Neuer brilliantly turned the ball into a corner.