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European Cup Highlights Germany vs Hungary : Germany tied Hungary 22 for second in the group and advanced to the round of 16. Leon Gorecka scored the most important goal of the German team.
First, before Kay Haverts tied, Adam Salei opened the scoring. After 90 seconds, Schaefer tied the score as the German team was caught in a nap.
In the end, as the German team progressed, Gorecka tied the score. Germany survived an almighty panic and scored a point from Hungary, preparing for a wonderful round of 16 match against England at Wembley next week. Joachim Low’s team fell behind the outsiders twice in Group F, but Leon Goretzka’s last-minute go al ensured they equalized and put them ahead of Portugal in second place. The result was extremely cruel to Hungary. They had little hope of getting out of the so-called death group, but they drew the world champion France to a draw and almost beat Germany in their backyard.
Although the last 16 places are available for competition, UEFA rejected the Munich authorities’ proposal to use a rainbow against the Allianz Arena in protest against Hungary’s recent anti-LGBTQ law, which dominated the premature assembly.
UEFA, the European football governing body, found itself in a diverse defensive state before the Euro 2020 game between Germany and Hungary on Wednesday.
It started with a proposal from the Munich City Council to illuminate the Allianz Arena with rainbow colors for parties in response to the anti-LGBTQ law passed by the Hungarian Parliament last week. UEFA rejected this request on “political background” grounds. But before the start of the game, the opposition to the decision grew stronger. “It’s true. The soccer field has nothing to do with politics. It’s about people, about justice, about tolerance,” German Foreign Minister Heikomas tweeted on Wednesday. “That’s why UEFA sent the wrong signal. Fortunately, you can still wear your colors in the stadium and outside of #loveislove today. “
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Defenders: Emre Can, Matthias Ginter, Robin Gosens, Christian Gunter, Marcel Halstenberg, Mats Hummels, Lukas Klostermann, Robin Koch, Antonio Rudiger, Niklas Sule
Midfielders: Serge Gnabry, Leon Goretzka, Ilkay Gundogan, Jonas Hofmann, Joshua Kimmich, Toni Kroos, Jamal Musiala, Florian Neuhaus, Leroy Sane
Forwards: Kai Havertz, Thomas Muller, Kevin Volland, Timo Werner
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Forwards: Janos Hahn, Filip Holender, Nemanja Nikolic, Roland Sallai, Szabolcs Schon, Adam Szalai