Hungary vs Germany Today Football Match Live Score 11/06/2022

Hungary vs Germany Today Football Match Live Score 11/06/2022

Hungary has scored two goals in two games in this tournament (22nd in UEFA Nations League), and Germany has allowed two goals in two games (21st in tournament). In World Cup qualifying, Hungary scored 19 goals (1.9 per game) and Germany conceded four goals (0.4 per game).
Germany is 22nd in the UEFA Nations League in goals scored (two overall, 1.0 per game), and Hungary is 21st in goals conceded (two overall, 1.0 per game). In World Cup qualifying, Germany scored 36 goals (3.6 per game) and Hungary gave up 13 goals (1.3 per game).
Hungary is 26th in the UEFA Nations League in goal differential at 0 (and was +6 in World Cup qualifying).
Germany is 26th in the UEFA Nations League in goal differential at 0 (and was +32 in World Cup qualifying).

Hungary’s Dominik Szoboszlai has one goal (zero assists) in this tournament, and had two goals (no assists) in World Cup qualifying.
In 34 matches for RB Leipzig (Bundesliga) last season, Szoboszlai had six goals and eight assists.
Hungary’s Adam Szalai had three goals and one assist in World Cup qualifying.Daniel Gazdag had three goals in World Cup qualifying.Gazdag has seven goals and one assist in 14 games for Philadelphia Union in MLS.Hungary’s Roland Sallai had three goals during the World Cup qualifying campaign.In 31 matches for SC Freiburg (Bundesliga) last season, Sallai had four goals and four assists.
Nemanja Nikolic had one goal and two assists in the qualification campaign for the World Cup.Joshua Kimmich has one goal and one assist for Germany in this tournament. In World Cup qualifying, he had one assist (zero goals) .
With three goals and 11 assists, Kimmich helped spark the offense for Bayern Munich in 28 Bundesliga games.
In World Cup qualifiers, Germany’s Leon Goretzka totaled one goal and six assists.Goretzka contributed to Bayern Munich’s offense by recording three goals and three assists in 20 Bundesliga games.In World Cup qualifiers, Marco Reus recorded two goals with four assists.Reus recorded nine goals (15th) and added 11 assists in 29 matches for Borussia Dortmund (Bundesliga).
Germany’s Serge Gnabry collected five goals with one assist during the World Cup qualifying campaign.
Over the course of 34 Bundesliga games, Gnabry aided Bayern Munich’s offensive attack with 14 goals (seventh) and five assists.Timo Werner has recorded one assist in this competition, and he had five goals and one assist in the qualification cycle for the World Cup.As part of Chelsea FC’s scoring attack, Werner posted four goals with one assist in the Premier League.Germany have played out two draws in their opening two games of the Nations League and now they need to go one better and secure all 3pts away at Hungary. The hosts have already beaten England at home and will be confident of repeating that feat against Germany this weekend.

Hungary gave a decent account of themselves away at Italy on Tuesday night but still ended up coming away with nothing to show for their efforts. The Italians were clinical in the first half, scoring twice through Barella and Pellegrini but Hungary continued to fight and an own goal from Mancini made the final 29-minutes very interesting. However, Italy held on to secure a narrow 2-1 victory and top Group 3 with 4pts.Hungary Predicted Lineup: Dibusz, Négo, Lang, Orban, Nagy, Attila Szalai, Sallai, Nagy, Szoboszlai, Schäfer & Ádám Szalai

Germany vs England was always going to be a close and competitive 90-minutes and the two sides lived up to expectations as they went in goalless at the interval. Germany did manage to take the lead early in the second half through Hofmann but a late penalty from Harry Kane rescued a point for Southgate’s men.

Germany Predicted Lineup: Neuer, Rüdiger, Klostermann, Raum, Schlotterbeck, Gündoğan, Hofmann, Kimmich, Havertz, Musiala & Mülle

Hungary: Ádám Bogdán, Endre Botka, László Kleinheisler, Nemanja Nikolić, Roland Varga and Filip Holender all miss out on selection.

Germany: Marc-André ter Stegen, Matthias Ginter, Robin Gosens, Mats Hummels, Emre Can, Julian Draxler and Kevin Volland are not part of the squad.

The UEFA Nations League returns to the fold with another round of fixtures this week as Germany take on Hungary on Saturday. Both teams have flattered themselves to be wrong so far this season and will have to step up in this game.

Germany have improved over the past year under Hansi Flick and sit third in their group. Die Mannschaft were held to a 1-1 draw by England in their previous fixture and will need to step it up a notch this weekend.

Hungary, on the other hand, sit second in Group 3 and have punched above their weight this season. The home side suffered a 2-1 loss to Italy this week and will need to bounce back in this game.Germany have a good record against Hungary and have won 13 of the 35 matches played between the two teams. Hungary have won 11 times against Germany and can confuse their opponents on Saturday.

The previous meeting between the two teams took place last year and ended in a 2-2 draw. Germany wasted several chances during the day and will want to equalize this weekend.

Germany are yet to reach their peak in the UEFA Nations League and will need to bounce back from back-to-back draws in the competition. Players like Thomas Muller and Leon Goretzka have faced Hungary in the past and will need to put their experience to the fore this weekend.

Hungary are perfectly capable of upsetting their day and have troubled European bigwigs in the past. Germany are however the better team on paper and should be able to win this game.

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