An evening of tie for big names, Germans take risks in Budapest, Netherlands replay Poland but miss penalty in final, Belgium falls asleep in final and suffers like Wales.
Germany failed to win and compensate for the third match in a row 1-1. Netherlands Poland return, but with Depay missing a potential penalty 3-2. The third day of the Nations League is over: in Saturday night’s matches, all the “Big”s in the league are tied. put a. Hoffmann stamping on 1-1 from Germany against Hungary and Klassen and Dumfries responding to a Polish double advantage, signed by Kash and Zielinski. Wales and Belgium tied 1-1, while in other tournaments the goals of the Serie A champions abound: Calhanoglu and Malinovsky opened the dances in the victory of Ukraine and Turkey, and Lazio Marusic decisive in Montenegro and Bosnia (1) -1.
Hungary 1-1 Germany
Neuer and his colleagues tied in Hungary, and Italy, led by Mancini, occupies the top of Group A with a strength of 3. In the first leg in Budapest, coach Flick relies on striker Werner, supported by Musila and Haverts. In the first 10 minutes, there’s fun: Hungary immediately advanced with a shot from Zsolt Nagy, who uses a rebound from Neuer to kick in the goal. Three minutes passed and Hoffmann equalized the goals: Gulassi came off the posts, and the German took advantage of it, jumping and supporting the net. At 1-1 the pace slows down, before the second half Neuer saved the score with a superb save by Viola. In the second half, Germany pressed but missed: in the 72nd minute, Hoffmann and Werner did not understand each other and missed a goal that seemed to have already been scored. Thus, the Germans maintained zero victories in this Nations League, bringing home the third draw in a row.
Netherlands – Poland 2-2
The “Italians” de Ligt, Hatebor and Kompmineers remain on the bench, and the Netherlands Dumfries and de Vrij do not get past a tie in the match against Poland. Guests take the field with Bereszynski and Zalewski on the wing, in the attack there is Zielinski paired with Piatek. Matti Kash, who in the 18th minute beat Let It Be Right in the cross and celebrated his first goal for the national team, was the one to break the deadlock. 0-2 arrives in the 49th minute. The Dutch defense miscalculated and allowed the opposing attackers to escape, to take advantage of Zielinski who – served by Frankowski – doubled into the empty net. Five minutes later, the scoreboard says 2-2: Klassen shortens the distance by inserting his team, Dumfries enters the area and relies on Depay’s pass. The Barcelona striker drags Holland towards reversal, but in the recovery period, he missed the date with 3-2: in 91 ‘ he hits the post with a penalty kick, in 92’ he tried again with a kick. Skorrowski reached out and told him no, and put his signature to the 2-2 final.
Wales 1-1 Belgium
With Lukaku still out, Belgium launched the challenge for Bell and his teammates by posting De Bruyne and Trossard behind Batshuayi. Hazard’s rest time, who is sitting on the bench with Praet and the Saelemaekers. Wells fought back for 45 minutes, but at 51′ Tillmans scored 0-1 from a central position. The equalizer for the host team, 21-year-old Brennan Johnson, occurred: with a right-footed shot from close range, the Nottingham Forest star made it 1-1 in the 86th minute. This brings Roberto Martinez’s national team to 4 points in Group D, at -3 of the Dutch leaders .
Three goals against Armenia and first place (with full points) in Group A of League B: Ukraine win again thanks to goals by Malinovsky (he scores with his left hand from the edge), Karavaev and Mykolenko. Brown, Parrott and Obafemi scored Ireland’s 3-0 win over Scotland. In League C, Lithuania was knocked out against the Faroe Islands: Davidsen and Andreessen flip Cernic’s initial advantage. In the 20.45 matches, Romania beat Finland 1-0: Euronin saved a penalty against Puskas, but at 30 minutes, Banko found the blood worth three points. Marusic gives Montenegro 1-1 to Bosnia (with Minalo), while Turkey wins (0-2) in Luxembourg: Calhanoglu opens with a penalty, Serdar Dursun closes.
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