Yellow card for Leroy Sané because of an anti-play gesture on Attila Fiola. What offers Hungary gets a new set piece on the edge of the German penalty area.
Adam Szalai wins an eccentric free kick on the left side which he leaves to Laszlo Kleinheisler. The Hungarian strikes a powerful cross towards the near post that Manuel Neuer barely punches!
First change made by Joachim Löw for Germany: Ilkay Gündogan is replaced by Leon Goretzka.
Big head-to-head shock between Ilkay Gündogan and Andras Schäfer. The two medical staff make their entrance on the Bavarian lawn.
Serge Gnabry achieves an excess of commitment during his duel with Laszlo Kleinheisler and commits the fault on the Hungarian midfielder.
Alerted by Joshua Kimmich at the edge of 16.50 meters, Havertz swivels to eliminate Willi Orban and delivers a furious shot from the left which dies in the arms of Péter Gulacsi, solid on his goal line!
Note that the France team reversed the situation against Portugal and now leads 2-1 against the reigning European champions. This allows Hungary to climb to 2nd place and Germany to climb to 3rd position.
The Hungarians delay the game as soon as they manage to put their foot on the ball and look for spaces on the wings.
Serge Gnabry is served on the right of the surface and places a dry shot from the right that Attila Fiola immediately against before being congratulated by his teammates.
The two teams are back on the field and the Magyars kick off the second half.
Impressive against France, the Magyars did it again in the pouring rain of Munich by taking the advantage in the first quarter of an hour thanks to Adam Szalai. Germany multiplies the assaults towards the goal, like the head of Hummels on the bar, without managing to surprise the Hungarian bloc.
Alerted to the right of the last 18 meters, Kai Havertz goes twice to place his shot low to the left and completely misses the opposing frame.
Endre Botka appears to be suffering from an ankle pain following contact with Antonio Rüdiger in the right lane. The Hungarian medical staff made their debut on the Munich lawn.
Hungary has not won its third and last group stage match of a major tournament since the 1966 World Cup, where it beat Bulgaria (3-1).
The Hungarian striker is served on the left flank and transplanted towards the entrance to the German penalty area. He arms a curled shot from the right against the rise of Matthias Ginter and forces Manuel Neuer to make a save on his goal line!
Andras Schäfer is at the conclusion of a new counter-attack by the Magyars and unleashes a powerful shot from more than twenty meters … It goes over the goal defended by Manuel Neuer.
Robin Gosens and Kai Havertz combine on the left wing but quickly come up against the Hungarian defense.