Germany will be without the services of Thomas Muller who missed Tuesday training after sustaining a knee injury.
The playmaker sustained the injury during their 4-2 win against Portugal in the ongoing Euro 2020 group stage matches.
It was the second time that the Bayern Munich star missed training and had his leg strapped as he underwent light training before the team medical team can access his fitness levels in the coming days.
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In his place will be Bayern Munich teammate Leon Goretzka who will face the Hungarians at the Alianz Arena.
Speaking on Muller’s injury update was head coach Joachim Low who confirmed that they have until tomorrow to know whether he will be fit but was delighted with the fitness of Ilkay Gundogan, Mats Hummels and Robin Gosens.
Hummels revealed how he had been struggle with a knee injury for sometime but he is now okay and happy to be back. He called on his teammates to expect a tough opposition against Hungary.
Hungary lost their clash against Portugal who netted three quick last minute goals following a goalless first half thanks to two goals from Christiano Ronaldo.