Germany looked like a completely different team as they swept aside Portugal on Saturday teatime. Joachim Low’s side had been written off following their laboured performance against France, however, they played with far more intensity and an impressive amount of zip throughout their second Group F contest.
An xG of 2.64 is one of the highest so far in this tournament and after failing to convert any of their chances against France, they were far more efficient this time around. Seven of their 12 efforts were on target and they played with an impressive amount of width provided by Robin Gosens and Joshua Kimmich.
Hungary picked up a memorable result against France as they held the world champions to a 1-1 draw. They were very impressive and defended in numbers, and they were also helped by the atmosphere around the Puskas Arena.
Here in Munich, they will find it much tougher and Germany should win this contest with a little bit to spare.