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Germany Dominates Portugal In A Six Goal Thriller: Hopes For Qualification

Germany Dominates Portugal

Germany Defeats Portugal in a Six-Goal Thriller: Qualification Hopes

Germany has demonstrated why they are the side to fear. They dominated defending champions Portugal in their second group round encounter. They were down a goal and have staged an incredible comeback.

Two goals, both of which were declared as own goals, proved crucial to the comeback hopes.

Germany opened the game brilliantly and thought Gosens had given them the lead, but the goal was ruled offside against Serge Gnabry.


Germany is hopeful of qualifying

The Germans dominated the first half and were set to take the lead when Gosens scored, but the goal was ruled offside.

Ruben Dias and Raphael Guerreiro’s own goal gave Germany a two-goal lead, which was doubled by teenagers Kai Havertz and Gosens.

Germany takes a 3-1 lead thanks to Kai Havertz’s third goal.

They easily defeated Portugal, winning 4-2 on the scoreboard.

Germany is now second in their group after this victory, thanks to a higher goal difference.

They are, however, even on three points with Portugal.

If they win against Hungary and France wins against Portugal, Germany and France will both qualify for the round of 16.

However, if Portugal and Hungary win, despite Hungary being level on four points with France, France and Portugal will qualify.

Another possibility is that if Germany wins but France loses, both Germany and Portugal will advance to the next round.

As a result, there is still hope for Joachim Low’s team to advance to the round of 16.

They only need to beat Hungary and hope that either France or Portugal loses.

Defending Champions Fail

Portugal is the reigning European champion. They won this competition in 2016 and are hoping to win it again this year.

They began their campaign with a 3-0 victory over Hungary in the first match of Group F.

However, when they meet Germany, they do not perform at their peak, as evidenced by this match.

Portugal got off to a good start and was relieved when Robin Gosens’ goal was ruled offside.

Cristiano Ronaldo scored on a counter-attack to put his team ahead.

Germany Dominates Portugal
Germany Defeats Portugal in a Six-Goal Thriller. Source: The Telegraph

Manuel Neuer looks on as Cristiano Ronaldo puts Portugal ahead.

However, two own goals by Ruben Dias and Raphael Guerreiro gave Germany a half-time advantage.

When compared to the previous encounter against Hungary, key players such as Bruno Fernandes, Joao Moutinho, and even Ronaldo were utterly out of rhythm.

They couldn’t find the appropriate passes or even their shooting boots.

The Portuguese side only managed two efforts on goal in 90 minutes.

These figures are incredibly terrible given the caliber of players they have.

The Germans pressed even harder in the second half and began to dominate the game.

Kai Havertz quadrupled the lead, and Robin Gosens added a fourth.

Germany presently leads 4-1 and is seeking to extend its lead.

Bruno Fernandes went virtually unnoticed throughout the game.

People believe he doesn’t fare well against top-tier competition, and this game proves it.

Diogo Jota’s 67th-minute tap-in gave the Portuguese optimism, but they could not even weaken the German defense somewhat.

Diogo Jota puts the ball in the net to cut the lead to 4-2.

Portugal has fallen in one of the tournament’s most important games.

If they don’t pull it together against France, they’ll lose the crown.

What Happens Next for the Teams?

Group F is the death group. Three of the world’s best countries are vying for a spot in the round of 16.

France now leads the group with four points, followed by Germany and Portugal with three points each.

The underdogs, Hungary, are fourth with one point.

Each team in this group has an identical probability of making it to the round of 16.

Some of the other groups have already determined their winners prior to the final match day, but this group will do so after the last match.

Germany will square off against Hungary.

France will meet their 2016 final opponents Portugal in another heavyweight clash.

Who will be victorious? We’ll have to wait till the third match to find out.

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History Repetition

The first meeting between Portugal and Germany took place on February 27, 1936.

It was a 3-1 victory for Germany in an international friendly.

They have met in a total of 18 games over the years, with the Germans winning ten of them.

The Portuguese defeated the Germans three times and tied them five times.

Their most recent meeting was at the 2014 World Cup, where Portugal was defeated 4-0.

Portugal has never beaten Germany and is now on a four-game losing run.

Despite a shaky start, the Germans will try to maintain their international dominance against the Portuguese.

Portugal is currently undefeated in all competitions, with three victories and two draws.

Germany, on the other hand, has two losses, two wins, and a draw.

Germany’s dominance against Portugal has now extended to five games unbeaten.