Euro 2020, Germany vs Hungary: Top 5 players to watch out for in GER vs HUN:

Euro 2020 GER vs HUN Hungary needs to produce another spirited performance when they visit the Allianz Arena to take on mighty Germany
Euro 2020 GER vs HUN Hungary needs to produce another spirited performance when they visit the Allianz Arena to take on mighty Germany

Euro 2020, Germany vs Hungary: Top 5 players to watch out for in GER vs HUN:

Hungary needs to produce another spirited performance when they visit the Allianz Arena to take on mighty Germany. Marco Rossi’s side showed some great resilience as they held France to a 1-1 draw and a similar performance can be expected from them on Thursday.

Serge Gnabry (Germany): Serge Gnabry’s brilliant performance against Portugal has been one of the positive things from Germany’s 4-2 thrashing of Cristiano Ronaldo’s side.

The 25 year old might not have registered any goal or assist so far in the Euro 2020 but his fluent movement in the attacking third always opens up spaces for his fellow teammates. The 25 year old will once again be seen in that free role against Portugal.

Kai Havertz (Germany): This is Kai Havertz’s first major tournament in German colours and the player has already hogged the limelight with his first goal for his country in the European Championship.

The 22 year old netted the winner for Chelsea in the Champions League final and given his tender age there are many more to come.

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Robin Gosens (Germany): Robin Gosens was the star of the match as he laid off two goals while scored another as Germany demolished Portugal. His marauding runs through the flanks could be very dangerous.

Peter Gulacsi (Hungary): Peter Gulacsi’s heroic effort saw Hungary holding off a dangerous France.

The RB Leipzig keeper was outstanding in the last match and will have to be very much aware in the goal.

Adam Szalai (Hungary): Adam Szalai has been an influential player for Hungary. The skipper will take the centre stage in what could prove to be the most important game of his career.