Havertz helps Germany to two wins out of two

Kai v Hungary

Kai Havertz played 58 minutes of Germany’s 2-0 win over Hungary on Wednesday.

He was making his 48th international appearance before being replaced by Niclas Fullkrug.

Kai’s movement caused Hungary plenty of problems, forcing a save from Peter Gulacsi early on.

Jamal Musiala gave Germany the lead in the 22nd minute before Ilkay Gundogan provided a more comfortable two-goal cushion in the 67th minute.

Kai has played 121 minutes across Germany’s two wins so far with the final group game against Switzerland still to come at 8pm BST on Sunday.

Germany are through to the knockout stages of Euro 2024.

Elsewhere, we send our best wishes to Kieran Tierney, who played 61 minutes of Scotland’s 1-1 draw with Switzerland before being forced off with an injury.


Scotland went ahead early on courtesy of Scott McTominay but Xherdan Shaqiri pulled one back in the 26th minute with a first-time curler into the top left corner.

The result was good enough for Steve Clarke’s side, who still have their fate in their hands, knowing that a win against Hungary at 8pm BST on Sunday would be enough to accrue four points in the group and likely advance to the knockout stages. Kieran is ruled out of that game.

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