Italy destroys Hungarys fairytale: England 3-3 after spectacular comeback

Hungary was unable to reach the Nations League Final Four. The Pool Des Doods stunt team lost 0-2 to Italy on Monday evening, bringing national coach Mancinis team to the finals. England and Germany draw 3-3 in the same pool after a spectacular second half.
Hungary – Italy 0-2The decisive match in Pool C, in Budapest, decided who would become group head and advance to the Final Four. Italy started with Feyenoord target Wilfried Gnonto in the base. Alongside him, Giacomo Raspadori played as striker. Near Hungary, Adam Szalai was at the point of the attack. The routine played his last game for the Hungarians on Monday night.
In the opening phase, Hungary seemed to be enormously overwhelmed by the pressure. In the first minutes, it was almost goalkeeper Peter Gulacsi who ushered in the opening goal with a blunder, but the ball he let slip through his hands was taken off the line by Atilla Szalai. After 27 minutes, it was a hit for the Italians. After another fumbling in the back of the Hungarians, now due to wrong passes by the defenders, Raspadori was able to take advantage of an empty goal. In the last game against England, Napoli striker also made the opening goal.

What a fumbling in the back of Hungary! 😶‍🌫️ Giacomo Raspadori takes advantage and puts Italy virtually in the Final Four ☄️ #ZiggoSport #NationsLeague #HUNITA
— Ziggo Sports Football (@ZS_Voetbal) September 26, 2022

In the second half, it was mainly Italy that was looking for the second goal. Seven minutes after the break, that goal also came when fullback Federico Dimarco was able to score after an assist from Bryan Cristante. Because of this goal, the Italians won in Budapest and advanced to the Final Four in the Nations League. The Hungarians fairy tale is over, they finish second in the Pool of Death in a very clever way.
England – Germany 3-3The already downgraded England competed against number three in Pool C, Germany, in the final game. Harry Maguire was allowed to start at the base again with the home team. He was at the center of the back alongside Eric Dier and John Stones. With the Germans, Hansi Flick had made a spot for the young talent Jamal Musiala. He played for England in his youth.
In the first half, it was clear that Germany had the better game. England did get some chances through Raheem Sterling, among others, but the away team had the most possession of the ball.
In the second half, the game really started. Seven minutes after the break, Maguire Musiala sets sail in Englands sixteen metres. Ilkay Gündogan unpacks the gift and puts Germany ahead. Fifteen minutes later, it was Kai Havertz who brilliantly doubled the score for the away team. But England did not give up and made 1-2 in the 72nd minute via left-back Luke Shaw, and less than three minutes later, substitute Mason Mount also made the 2-2. In the 82nd minute, it was almost impossible when Nico Schlotterbeck made a foul in the sixteen meters. Danny Makkelie pointed to the spot and Harry Kane shot into 3-2 flawlessly. But after that, Germany came back again. Havertz took advantage of a mistake by goalkeeper Nick Pope and tapped in 3-3. After a crazy second half, both teams therefore took a point to close the Nations League.

Come on, Harry Maguire! 😳 The defender goes grandiose again, causes a pingel and Ilkay Gundogan takes advantage of the opportunity: 1-0 💫 #ZiggoSport #NationsLeague #ENGGER
— Ziggo Sports Football (@ZS_Voetbal) September 26, 2022

YOU WILL BE HAPPY TO HAVE FUN! 🤯 England was behind 2-0, but via an exploited pingel from Harry Kane, it is now taking the lead 🎯 #ZiggoSport #NationsLeague #ENGGER
— Ziggo Sports Football (@ZS_Voetbal) September 26, 2022