Our football match prediction:
Germany failed to impress in the Euro 2016 qualifiers. Joachim Low’s men were struggling at the back in the process and, the bad news for the fans is that they continue to struggle. The Germans suffered a 3-1 loss to Slovakia in their last warm-up game, but you should know that the match was played on a water-logged pitch. Joachim Low rested several first-team regulars against Slovakia, but considering that die Mannschaft are desperate to make amends for Sunday’s defeat, we are positive that the German tactician is going to field the best possible side against Hungary. The Hungarians continue their preparations for Euro 2016 as well and they will certainly leave their hearts on the field in Saturday’s football match at Veltins-Arena. Germany can’t afford any complacency in their final warm-up game and we predict that the World Cup champions are going to return to winning ways on Saturday.
Highlighted Player (Draxler):
Julian Draxler is arguably one of the most impressive footballers to have come out of Schalke’s youth academy in recent years and he spent ten years in the academy before he was promoted to the senior side in January 2011. The attacking midfielder soon started showcasing his skills at the biggest stage and just a year later received his first Germany call-up. Draxler scored 18 goals in 119 league appearances for Schalke before moving to Wolfsburg in a high-profile deal in the closing stages of the 2015 summer transfer window. Despite his fragile age, the talented footballer has already made over 15 outings for the Germany national team, making one substitute appearance as Die Mannschaft went on to claim the 2014 World Cup trophy. An exciting player capable of playing on either wing or through the middle, Draxler boasts a good goalscoring record and also regularly creates chances for his teammates, although he has yet to fully realise his potential.
Highlighted Team (Germany):
Competing for major honours since 1900, Germany are now one of the leading national teams in the history of football, boasting no fewer than seven titles in their trophy cabinet. Oddly enough, die Mannschaft have won the four World Cups in regular intervals, having finished as champions in 1954, 1974, 1990 and 2014, while lifting European Championship trophies in 1972, 1980 and 1996. And having also lost seven major finals, it is fair to say that Germany have challenged for the trophy at almost every single major tournament since 1954. There have been too many world-class players to count that have represented Germany so far, but it is Lothar Matthaus who holds the record for most caps, having featured in 150 matches, whereas Miroslav Klose is the top goalscorer with 71 goals in 137 outings. Franz Beckenbauer, Gerd Muller, Rudi Voller, Jurgen Klinsmann and Karl-Heinz Rummenigge have all had important roles to play in the past, whereas the new generation has seen Philipp Lahm, Manuel Neuer, Mesut Ozil and Thomas Muller strut their stuff on international stage.