Hungary against Germany in the live ticker: U21 EM – DFB-Elf wins at the beginning

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U21 EM: Great start to the tournament: German team clearly beats co-hosts Hungary

The German U21 national team celebrates a successful start at the European Championship. At the beginning, the Kuntz-Elf still has problems with the Hungarian defensive block, but in the second half the DFB juniors are brave and accurate.

U21 Hungary – U21 Germany 0: 3 (0: 0)

0: 1 Nmecha (61.), 0: 2 Baku (66.), 0: 3 Baku (73.)

Hungary: Balazs – Bolla, Balogh, Mocsi, Deutsch – Kata, Mezei – T. Kiss, Szendrei, Palincsar – Szoke

Germany: Dahmen – Vagnoman, Pieper, N. Schlotterbeck, Raum – R. Baku, Maier (Özcan, 75.), Dorsch (Janelt, 75.) – Burkhardt, Nmecha, M. Berisha

The essentials in brief: The German U21s started the European Football Championship with an important opening win against co-hosts Hungary. Stefan Kuntz’s selection won 3-0 (0-0) in Szekesfehervar on Wednesday and thus created a good starting position for the fight for the quarter-finals.

Lukas Nmecha (61st minute) and Ridle Baku (66th / 73rd) scored the goals. The two best teams in the group of four with Romania and the Netherlands make it to the quarter-finals. On Saturday, the German offspring will face the group favorite Netherlands.

The game in the ticker log

90 + 2 minutes: final whistle – the DFB juniors defeat Hungary confidently at the start.

90th minute: Two minutes of stoppage time.

81. Minute: The air is a little out now. The DFB-Elf do not play with as much emphasis anymore, the Hungarians long for the final whistle.

73rd Minute: TOOOR for Germany! Berisha hits the crossbar with a shot from ten meters – Baku reacts as quickly as possible in the margin. 0: 3.

72. Minute: The DFB-Elf did the lead very well. Germany is now playing confidently and with joy – and it is much easier to get great opportunities.

66th Minute: TOOOR for Germany! Magnificent cross of space, Baku comes to the end of the fives free-standing – and hits ice cold. 0: 2.

61st Minute: TOOOR for Germany! Baku flanks the leather smoothly in the 16, Nmecha screws himself in the air and heads the ball from six meters into the corner, untenable. 0: 1.

55. Minute: Kuntz now has to think about something and set new impulses. The German team’s sluice flow is being lost a little, good chances are now in short supply. And Hungary actually has to be beaten as the supposedly weakest group opponent.

50. Minute: Coach Kuntz’s team just can’t get through. Almost only the DFB-Elf plays, but the Hungarians defend uncompromisingly on their own 16s.

46th minute: Let’s go on!

45th minute: Half time!

43. Minute: 71 percent possession of the ball for the Kuntz-Elf, who clearly set the tone here, but have problems finding solutions against the deep Hungarian defensive.

37. Minute: After a free kick by Maier, Pieper fell in the opponent’s 16 after he was lightly held by the shirt, but the referee immediately signaled that this was not enough for a whistle.

28. Minute: Second counter-opportunity for the Hungarians, but the defensive of the DFB-Elf is stable – and clears early.

25th minute: Great shot! Raum pulls from the second row with his left adhesive – but the leather rushes past the long post – Balazs would have had no chance.

20th Minute: Almost an own goal by Hungary! Mocsi heads a high ball back to the keeper, but he had already run out – but is then fast enough and grabs the leather in front of the line.

15. Minute: Nmecha prevails wonderfully on the left wing, but his cross pass is a bit sloppy, the chance is gone. The team of coach Kuntz is now becoming more and more agile and playful. The leadership is in the air.

11. Minute: First really good conclusion of the DFB-Elf! Dorsch accepts the leather before the 16, takes a small step and pulls away, but his attempt misses the short post by a centimeter.

8. Minute: Deutsch fouls Maier very hard at the level of the midfield line, but the referee leaves it at a warning.

5. Minute: Germany is slowly getting closer to leadership. Left-back area crossed twice sharply and dangerously in the middle, but twice the Hungarians clear.

3. Minute: For the first time, the DFB-Elf goes on the offensive. Via Maier and Berisha, the ball goes into the opposing 16, but is then cleared. The Kuntz-Elf presses up and puts the Hungarians under pressure early on.

1st minute: kick-off! European Championship kick-off for the German U21 national team!

8 p.m.: The lineups are known! The German U21 national team starts with goalkeeper Finn Dahmen against Hungary in the EM group stage. Coach Stefan Kuntz decided on the starting line-up in the match against the co-hosts on Wednesday (9 p.m. / ProSieben) for the 22-year-old from FSV Mainz 05. The Leverkusen Lennart Grill, who most recently had match practice at Bayer Leverkusen, and Frankfurt’s Markus Schubert initially only has one place on the bench.

As expected, the 16-year-old exceptional Youssoufa Moukoko from Borussia Dortmund, who Kuntz had called up to the U21 for the first time in the European Championship preliminary round, is not in the starting eleven. The national coach had already declared before the tournament that he wanted to promote Moukoko “gently and in a way that suits his performance”. The U21 top scorer Lukas Nmecha from RSC Anderlecht, Mergim Berisha from RB Salzburg and Jonathan Burkardt from FSV Mainz 05 start on the offensive.


Kuntz-Elf already under pressure against Hungary

3.10 p.m .: The DFB-Elf is already under pressure in the first game, because the minimum goal is quarter-finals – ideally, in the group with the Netherlands and Romania, an opening win against Hungary is needed.

“In the first game we have to concentrate completely on ourselves,” said Kuntz, also considering the difficult preparation. The coach only has three training units in Hungary.

1.00 p.m .: With a win against outsider Hungary, the team of U21 national coach Stefan Kuntz wants to get a good starting position in Group A. Other German opponents are the Netherlands on Saturday and Romania on Tuesday next week.

The two best teams in the group of four reach the knockout phase, which is then played at the end of May and beginning of June. Kuntz can fall back on his entire 23-man squad for the start of the European Championship. It is still open who will be in goal and whether the 16-year-old mega-talent Youssoufa Moukoko will be part of the starting line-up for his first U21 nomination.

Kuntz: “If I start speculating about the future now …”

12.30 p.m.: U21 youth coach Stefan Kuntz doesn’t want to deal with the national coaching question until after the U21 European Championship. “My focus is on a successful EM. After that there will be time to think about it,” said the 58-year-old of “Sport-Bild”.

“If I start speculating about the future now, everyone can and would rightly criticize me because I am not fully concentrating on my task with the U21,” said Kuntz once again in the interview. “I believe that there is currently no time pressure among those responsible for the national team to think about the successor to Löw,” said the U21 national coach.

Before the European soccer team’s opening game against co-hosts Hungary on Wednesday (9 p.m.), Kuntz as a possible successor to national coach Joachim Loew had recently been discussed. DFB director Oliver Bierhoff had praised Kuntz as a “strong communicator”.

Wednesday, March 24th, 12 noon: Hello and welcome to the live ticker FOCUS Online. At the start of the U21 European Championship, Germany will meet co-hosts Hungary. We are there live!

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