Portugal vs Germany Live Stream



Live Streaming



Join on this sitejoin this siteFollow our website


Euro 2020 Match Day 2 fixture, Portugal vs. Germany is scheduled for 17:00 (GMT+1) on Saturday, the 19th of June at Allianz Arena, Munich, Germany.

 

Portugal eventually broke the Magyars down after some fantastic goalkeeping which prevented them from scoring until the final six minutes of the game. Goalkeeper, Peter Gulacsi made a number of incredible saves to keep Hungary in contention for a draw but his side’s loss of concentration let the 31-year-old down. After a series of saves from the RB Leipzig goalkeeper, a huge deflection on Raphael Guerreiro’s shot (84’) left him watching as the ball spun into the far corner of the net before Cristiano Ronaldo (87’ P.) doubled Portugal’s lead from the penalty spot.




 The goal saw the Portuguese ace become the only player to score ten goals at the European Championship level. Later on, he added one more goal (90’) to the record after some suspect defending left Hungary exposed behind. Portugal have a form that reads: WDWDWW, a G.D. of +3, and 3 points after 1W, 0D & 0L. Fernando Santos’ 4—2—3—1 formation will see Cristiano Ronaldo in lead attack as the Portuguese top scorer continues in search of another new record in the shape of FIFA World’s top-scorer at international level.


 

Meanwhile, Germany failed to pick up a point after their opening game against France. Germany’s Mats Hummels (20’ O.G) separated both sides at full-time after he saw his would-be clearance end up in the net after sensing the presence of Kylian Mbappe on the waiting end. 



The Germans staged attacks but were cut short by the resilience of the French defense which saw countless players put their bodies between the ball and their box. – Intermittently surging forward only to mount counter attacks and retreating quickly to cover the lines. Joachim Low will likely return with a 4—3—3 formation on Saturday when this fixture kicks off. Sane and Timo Werner will likely be in his starting line-up.

 

Germany picked up a 4-0 victory over Portugal in their last meeting in 2014. Before that fixture, they met two years earlier on the 9th of June, 2012 with Germany defeating Portugal by a lone goal. An earlier fixture in 2008 ended in a 3-2 win for Germany.

 

This Group F fixture will likely end in a 2-1 win for Germany.

 

Venue: Allianz Arena. 
Date: Saturday, June 19, 2021. 
Kick-Off Time: 17:00 (GMT+1). 
Tournament: Euro 2020.
 


Live Streaming 




Post a Comment

Previous Post Next Post