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Goretzka saves Germany Hungary

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Publish Date : 2021-06-24 06:35:10
Goretzka saves Germany Hungary

Die Mannschaft were within six minutes of a shock UEFA EURO 2020 exit until Leon Goretzka's goal denied fearless Hungary.

Leon Goretzka and Joachim Löw after the final whistle in Munich
Leon Goretzka and Joachim Löw after the final whistle in Munich
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Germany's UEFA EURO 2020 future hung in the balance until six minutes from time when a goal from Leon Goretzka saved Joachim Löw's side, and ended Hungary's bold attempt to come through Group F.

Match in brief
Ádám Szalai after scoring Hungary's opener
Ádám Szalai after scoring Hungary's opener
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Dynamic and fluid in their 4-2 win against Portugal, Germany's ardour was dampened by heavy rain in Munich, and they trailed after 11 minutes. Hungary were lightning-quick on the counter, and Ádám Szalai headed them in front, flinging himself at Roland Sallai's superb ball from the right.

The hosts responded sharply; Mats Hummels headed against the crossbar from a Joshua Kimmich corner, and Matthias Ginter then fired straight at Péter Gulácsi from close range. However, Hungary looked to have weathered the storm, Sallai hammering a free-kick against the outside of Manuel Neuer's post just after the hour .

Relief finally came for Germany after Gulácsi failed to pick out a Kimmich free-kick, Hummels nodding the ball on for Kai Havertz to head in from close range. However, they were behind again within 16 seconds of the restart, András Schäfer chasing Szalai's ball through to glance past Neuer.

Things looked very grim indeed for Germany, but salvation came as Jamal Musiala pulled the ball back for Goretzka to tee up Timo Werner. His shot was blocked but dropped kindly for Goretzka to beat Gulácsi.

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Star of the Match: Kimmich highlights
Star of the Match: Joshua Kimmich (Germany)
"He was always trying to create something, and delivered a lot of good passes to create chances in the second half when he moved into the middle of the field. He never gave up and kept believing."
Dušan Fitzel, UEFA Technical Observer

Check out every Heineken Star of the Match at UEFA EURO 2020.

Phil Röber‏, Germany reporter
Germany breathe a sigh of relief: this was a far closer call than they wanted. The goals they conceded will be a major topic of discussion going forward because counterattacks remain a weak spot, and they still have lots of work to do when it comes to breaking down a deep-lying opponent. They got lucky this time, but where was the spark they showed against Portugal?

Star of the Match: Kimmich reaction
Andy Clark, Hungary reporter
That Hungary came within six minutes of qualifying from this group tells its own story. They have been absolutely immense in each of their matches in Group F. They will be bitterly disappointed to have come so close to going through, but can draw immense pride at how they have acquitted themselves at EURO 2020 in a group that most would have baulked at the prospect of. Szép volt fiúk! (Translation: nice work, boys).

Reaction
Roland Sallai, Hungary forward: "I'm very proud that we performed the way we did, but I’m disappointed at falling short. We’ve played ever so well. We can’t complain; we’re proud of how we’ve played. I think we’re on a really good path. We’ve made it very difficult for three exceedingly tough opponents."

Péter Gulácsi, Hungary goalkeeper: "We were under pressure, but we restricted Germany to very few chances. We reacted superbly after their first equaliser. We were so close. From the very start, we’ve focused on ourselves rather than our opponents. We’ve played three tight matches, and I’m disappointed that we haven’t gone through."

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András Schäfer (No13) after restoring Hungary's lead
András Schäfer (No13) after restoring Hungary's lead
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Joshua Kimmich, Germany wing-back: "Hungary were so compact and did very well. We were not great at finding a solution to the problem, but we showed great morale. In the end it is only important to go through. That will also be the case for the next match and I think we have a good chance to accomplish this."

Joachim Löw, Germany coach: "All the 'small' teams invest so much work and defend well. Hungary played with ten men in their own half and they had nothing to lose. It's great that we got through in this tough group. Now we can look forward to a match against England."

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Löw hails 'tremendous' Germany spirit
Key stats
This is the fourth consecutive EURO final tournament match where Germany have fallen 1-0 behind in the first half.
A scorer at EURO 2016, Ádám Szalai became the first Hungary player to register at two EUROs.
Germany have still lost only three of their last 21 international matches (W11 D7 L3); they have lost only one of their last ten EURO final tournament group stage matches (W7 D2 L1).
Germany had won their last two matches against Hungary without conceding.
Germany have kept only three clean sheets in their last 17 games.
Hungary have lost only one of their last 14 international matches (W7 D6 L1), but have drawn four of their last five EURO final tournament group stage ties.
Line-ups
Germany: Neuer; Ginter (Volland 82), Hummels, Rüdiger; Kimmich, Gündoğan (Goretzka 58), Kroos, Gosens (Musiala 82); Havertz (Werner 67), Gnabry (Müller 68), Sané

Hungary: Gulácsi; Négo, Botka, Orbán, At. Szalai, Fiola (Nikolić 88); Kleinheisler (Lovrencsics 88), A Nagy, Schäfer; Ad. Szalai (Varga 82), Sallai (Schön 75)

Final tournaments tend to encourage cautious football, with too much at stake for teams to truly cut loose.

However, matches at past UEFA European Championships have provided plenty of goals, as EURO2020.com discovers.


Most emphatic wins
Netherlands 6-1 Yugoslavia (25/06/2000, quarter-final)
Denmark 5-0 Yugoslavia (16/06/1984, group stage)
France 5-0 Belgium (16/06/1984, group stage)
Sweden 5-0 Bulgaria (14/06/2004, group stage)
Slovakia 0-5 Spain (23/06/2021, group stage)

Watch Platini’s nine goals at EURO 1984
There have now been five wins by five-goal margins at the finals – the first two, for Denmark and France, coming on the same day in 1984, Michel Platini scoring a hat-trick for Les Bleus. Patrick Kluivert, meanwhile, got three in co-hosts the Netherlands' demolition of Yugoslavia at UEFA EURO 2000: the biggest knockout-phase victory. Spain's 5-0 win against Slovakia at EURO 2020 was the biggest winning margin in a EURO game for 17 years

Most goals in a single EURO game
France 4-5 Yugoslavia (06/07/1960, semi-final)
Highlights: France 4-5 Yugoslavia
The first game of the first EURO finals set the bar impossibly high. Despite the absences of star players Raymond Kopa and Just Fontaine, hosts France led 4-2 only to come unstuck in the closing stages. Tomislav Knež (75) and Dražan Jerković (78, 79) hit three goals in the space of five minutes to silence the Parc des Princes.

Highest-scoring draws at a EURO
Russia 3-3 Czech Republic (19/06/1996, group stage)
Yugoslavia 3-3 Slovenia (13/06/2000, group stage)
Hungary 3-3 Portugal (22/06/2016, group stage)
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Highlights: Hungary 3-3 Portugal
Drama at every turn here: Vladimír Šmicer's late goal earned the Czechs qualification in the 1996 game, while Yugoslavia rallied from 3-0 down to hold Slovenia in the 2000 game. Cristiano Ronaldo, meanwhile, struck twice to salvage a draw against Hungary and a place in the 2016 knockout phase for Portugal – the rest, as they say, is history.

Most emphatic win in a EURO final
Spain 4-0 Italy (01/07/2012)
Highlights: Spain 4-0 Italy
Italy's thrilling knockout campaign caught up with them in Kyiv, Spain in control from the moment David Silva broke the deadlock, the Azzurri ending the game with ten men after their third substitute Thiago Motta had to be carried off on a stretcher. Spain thus became the first side to win back-to-back EUROs.



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