Germany humiliates Italy and Hungary in England to score Nations League again – Football

All attention was on the Nations League Group A3 on Tuesday, with Germany “humiliating” European champions Italy (5-2) and Hungary “stunning” England (4-0).

At Borussia Monchengladbach, Kimmich opened the scoring after just 10 minutes against the European champions outside the 2022 World Cup, while Gundogan extended the score 45+4 even before the break .

The ‘bis’ of Müller (51) and Werner (68 and 69) exposed the ‘confusion’ of Transalpine’s defence, who still managed to minimise damage through goals from Gnonto (78) and Bastoni (90+4).

England haven’t played in Wolverhampton with fans since 1956, but at 80 have had hundreds left the stands for “shame”, and again beating the Hungarians, who Already won -0 at home by 1 point.

With the “echoes” of 6-3 at Wembley in 1953, and 7-1 in Hungary the following year, the English ended up ousting Stones one less when the Hungarians were the most feared force in European football (82).

Until then, victory was practically guaranteed: Sallai ‘bisou’, 16 and 70, and Nagy, 80, led 3-0 before Gazdag’s 89-year-old’s worst win against England in nearly a century Home defeat.

In the “poule” record, Hungary leads with seven points, one more than the Germans and is second. Italy has five and England has two at risk of “falling”.

In the more “predictable” A4, the Netherlands still had to go through a “dramatic” extra-time win over Wales 3-2 and remain unbeaten on 10 points.

Goals from Lang (17) and Gakpo (23) brought a comfortable lead, but it didn’t last long as Williams (26) and “captain” Gareth Bale scored 90+2 from the penalty spot Seemingly “guaranteed” attraction to Wales, permanently “tortured”.

Even so, ‘substitute’ Memphis Depay found the decisive goal in the next minute to complete the victory inside the box.

Three points behind the Netherlands was Belgium, who started with Benfica defender Jan Vertonghen, and 16-year-old Batshuayi scored to win Poland again.

The Pole is fighting for survival in the top flight in September, and the Welsh’s “price” is a four-point advantage over Lewandowski’s side.

In Group B1, Ukraine drew 4 points 1-1 with Ireland, 1 point ahead of Scotland. Scotland beat Armenia 4-1 to finish last with 3 points and second with 6 points.

In ‘poule’ B3, Bosnia and Herzegovina beat Finland 3-2 after four matches unbeaten. Montenegro are second by one point, after he travelled to Romania to beat the bottom team 3-0 on Tuesday.

In the third ‘echelon’ Turkey are getting closer to climbing C1 as they beat red-light Lithuania (2-0) for the fourth time in four matches, they have lost all their matches and have ‘falls’ risk.

After a draw with the Faroe Islands (2-2), the Turks are already five points clear of Luxembourg with six remaining.

In D1, Andorra lost 2-1 to Moldova, but the most notable was the “captain”, Portuguese descendant Marcio Vieira, 37 years old, 115th cap for the national team, first for the national team Goal.

He told Lusa on the occasion of Andorra’s 100th game in 2020: “Having 100 games and not scoring… It’s something that’s missing, but it doesn’t make me sad.”

Despite Moldova’s victory, Latvia almost advanced to Group C after beating Liechtenstein 2-0 and going on.

The League of Nations will return in September.


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