Germany vs. Hungary LIVE: how to watch the UEFA Nations League

Germany vs. Hungary LIVE: how to watch the UEFA Nations League

Germany vs. Hungary play for the UEFA Nations League. Follow the incidents minute by minute.

< p> Germany vs. Hungary LIVE: how to watch the UEFA Nations League

Germany vs. Hungary collide for the UEFA Nations League. (Photo: EFE)

Germany vs. Hungary LIVE Star+: They will meet this Friday, September 23 from 1:45 p.m. m. (Peruvian time) for the fifth date of Group 3 of League A of the UEFA Nations League. The match will also be broadcast on ESPN and DirecTV GO, while you will be able to follow all the incidents, with videos of the goals, minute by minute.

The actions will take place at the Red Bull Arena in Leipzig and the Slovenian referee Slavko Vincic will be in charge of dispensing justice. At this moment, the 'Magyars' are leaders of the group, with seven points; while 'Die Mannschaft' is in the second box, adding six units. Italy and England close the zone, with five and two points, respectively.

On which channel can you watch the game Germany vs. Hungary?

Argentina: Star+, ESPN

Bolivia: Star+, ESPN

Brazil: ESPN, GUIGO, NOW NET and Claro, Star+

Chile: Star+, ESPN< /p>

Colombia: Star+, ESPN

Ecuador: Star+, ESPN

International: UEFA.tv

Mexico: Sky HD, Blue To Go Video Everywhere

Paraguay: Star+, ESPN

Peru: Star+, ESPN

United States: Fubo Sports Network, ViX, FOX Sports App, Foxsports.com, Fox Sports 1

< b>Uruguay: Star+, ESPN

Venezuela: Star+, ESPN

What time watch game Germany vs. Hungary?

United States – 11.45 a.m. m. Los Angeles time

Mexico – 1.45 p.m. m.

United States – 1.45 p.m. m. Texas time

Peru – 1.45 p. m.

Ecuador – 1.45 p.m. m.

Colombia – 1.45 p.m. m.

United States – 2.45 p.m. m. Miami time

Bolivia – 2:45 p.m. m.

Venezuela – 2.45 p.m. m.

Paraguay – 2.45 p.m. m.

Uruguay – 3.45 p.m. m.

Argentina – 3.45 p.m. m.

Chile – 3.45 p.m. m.

Brazil – 3.45 p.m. m.

England – 7.45 p.m. m.

Spain – 8.45 p.m. m.

Italy – 8.45 p.m. m.

The level of the German national team grew with the arrival of coach Hans-Dieter Flick, who gave the team greater offensive aggressiveness. However, participation in the League of Nations has not been optimal, since the squad lacked solidity to achieve victories.

During their first three presentations, 'Die Mannschaft' drew 1-1 and complicated their chances of advancing to the Final Four. However, it was only a matter of time before they shined again: they crushed Italy 5-2. One of the main figures of the meeting was Timo Werner, with a brace.

Precisely, the striker is emerging as a starter, despite not going through his best goalscoring moment with RB Leipzig (he has five games without scoring). In the same way, Antonio Rüdiger, Joshua Kimmich, Thomas Müller and Leroy Sané form the basis of the technical command strategy.

On their side, the Hungarian team has surprised in the UEFA Nations League and could ensure their permanence in League A: they only have to draw and they will take advantage of England, the bottom team, for direct duels. Although the outlook is favorable for the 'Magyars', there is also the possibility of finishing in last place.

Due to these circumstances, coach Marco Rossi does not neglect any detail and fine-tunes his plan to steal points in Germany. In that sense, the DT will have a significant loss in his squad: Roland Sallai was injured playing in Freiburg and was left out of the call.

Germany vs. Hungary: match history

Since 2004, matches Germany vs. Hungary won five times, leaving a favorable balance for 'Die Mannschaft': they won twice and lost once. Interestingly, the last two matches ended in draws.

06-11-2022: Hungary 1-1 Germany – UEFA Nations League

06-23-2021: Germany 2-2 Hungary – European Championship

06-04-2016: Germany 2-0 Hungary – Friendly

29-05-2010: Hungary 0-3 Germany – Friendly

06-06-2004: Germany 0-2 Hungary – Friendly

Germany vs. Hungary: possible lineups

Germany: Ter Stegen; Hofmann, Sule, Rudiger, Raum; Kimmich, Gundogan; Havertz, Müller, Sané, and Werner.

Hungary: Gulácsi; Lang, Orban, Szalai; Fiola, Nagy, Styles, Kerkes; Szoboszlai, Gazdag and Szalai.