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After a thrilling match, Germany is saved by Leon Goretzka’s late goal, as Hungary bows out of Euro 2020.

Germany finished in second place and will face England in the round of 16 on Tuesday at Wembley, while Group F winners France will face Switzerland on Monday.

On a tumultuous night in Munich, Leon Goretzka’s late equalizer earned Germany a 2-2 draw against Hungary and a second-place finish in Group F.

When substitute Goretzka equalized in the 84th minute, Joachim Low’s team trailed 2-1 and appeared to be destined for their second group defeat, which would have put them third in the standings.

Hungary had gotten off to a flying start thanks to Adam Szalai’s early header, and following Kai Havertz’s second-half equalizer for Germany, Andras Schafer headed the underdogs back in front.

Germany finished in second place and will face England in the round of 16 on Tuesday at Wembley, while Group F winners France will face Switzerland on Monday.

Before Germany fell behind in the 11th minute, Joshua Kimmich put Hungary goalkeeper Peter Gulacsi to the test with an early angled shot.

Szalai stooped to head past motionless goalkeeper Manuel Neuer after Roland Sallai’s magnificent, arcing ball from deep bisected Germany defenders Kimmich and Mats Hummels.
Germany answered through Hummels, who headed Kimmich’s cross against the crossbar after a corner.

Matthias Ginter was the next German to waste a golden opportunity, failing to connect fully on a loose ball in front of the goal.

Germany dominated the first half, but Hungary chased down every ball as if their lives depended on it, and Szalai threatened again just before the break.