Italy beat relegated England, Hungary also shocked Germany

Italy beat relegated England, Hungary also shocked Germany
Italy beat relegated England, Hungary also shocked Germany

Italy defeated England 1-0 with a goal by Raspadori in the 68th minute, as a result of which the “three lions” were relegated to the second division of the Nations League, while Hungary also achieved a great victory away from home against Germany and remained alone first.

In the most important game of the night for the first division of the Nations League, Italy in the third group defeated England 1-0 with a goal from Raspadori in the 68th minute, as a result of which the “three lions” remained in the last place of their group and were relegated to the second category of the event.

At the same time Hungary achieved another great victory this time away to Germany, for the first time in an official match since 1954, with the same score (1-0) and now Hungary will host Italy on Monday (26 /9) against the background of the first place in the third group.

In the match held in Milan, both teams had their chances to score a goal, but sometimes Donnarumma and sometimes Pope kept a clean sheet. In the 68th minute, however, Raspadori came to give Italy the lead, which a little later had a post with Cristante to “lock” the victory before the final whistle.

ITALY: Donnarumma, Di Lorenzo, Bonucci, Acerbi, Toloi, Cristante, Jorginho (89′ Emerson), Dimarco (89′ Fratezzi), Raspadori (81′ Gambiandini), Scamaka (63′ Gnodo), Barella (63′ Pombega).

ENGLAND: Pope, James, Dier, Maguire, Walker (62′ Shaw), Bellingham, Rice, Sterling, Foden, Saka (72′ Grealish), Kane.

Lead from 17′ with Zalai

A goal from Zalai in the 17th minute of Germany v Hungary was enough to give the Hungarians victory for the first time in their history in an official away match against Manshaft since 1954, which kept Rossi’s side in first place position of the group.

GERMANY: Ter Stegen, Hoffmann, Sule, Riedinger, Raum, Kimmich, Gundogan (69′ Musiala), Gnabry (46′ Kerer), Miller (85′ Enmetsa), Sane, Werner (70′ Havertz).

HUNGARY: Gulasi, Attila Zalai, Lang, Orban, Fiola, Nagy (78′ Stiles), Shafer, Kerkez, Gazdag (67′ Kienheisler), Szbozlai (85′ Nego), Adam Zalai (67′ Adam).

The rest of the Nations League games

For the third group of the second category, Bosnia prevailed 1-0 against Montenegro and remained in the first place of the group, while at the same time in the other game of the group, Finland and Romania were drawn 1-1.

In Division Three and Group Four, Georgia remained unbeaten as they beat North Macedonia 2-0 while Bulgaria claimed the biggest win of the night with a 5-1 win over Gibraltar.

The standings in the 3rd group of League A:

The results of the 5th round:

  • Germany – Hungary 0-1 (17′ Zalai)
  • Italy – England 1-0 (68′ Raspadori)

The schedule for the 6th matchday:

  • 26/09 21:45 England – Germany
  • 26/09 21:45 Hungary – Italy

The standings in the 3rd group of League B:

The results of the 5th round:

  • Bosnia/Herzegovina – Montenegro 1-0 (45+1′ Demirovic)
  • Finland – Romania 1-1 (12′ Puki / 52′ Tanase)

The schedule for the 6th matchday:

  • 26/09 21:45 Montenegro – Finland
  • 26/09 21:45 Romania – Bosnia/Herzegovina

The standings in the 4th group of League C:

The results of the 5th round:

  • Georgia – North Macedonia 2-0 (35′ auto. Miovski / 64′ Kvaratshelia)
  • Bulgaria – Gibraltar 5-1 (23′ Andov, 36′ Despodov, 52′ Kirilov, 55′ Stefanov, 81′ Petkov / 26′ Tsipolina)

The schedule for the 6th matchday:

  • 26/09 21:45 Gibraltar – Georgia
  • 26/09 21:45 North Macedonia – Bulgaria

The standings in the 2nd group of League D:

The results of the 5th round:

  • Estonia – Malta 2-1 (45+6′ pen. Sapinen, 86′ Anier / 51′ pen. Teuma)

The schedule for the 6th matchday:

26/09 21:45 San Marino – Estonia

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