Soccer-Germany stick with winning lineup, Hungary make two changes


Soccer Football - Euro 2024 - Group A - Germany v Hungary - Stuttgart Arena, Stuttgart, Germany - June 19, 2024 Hungary's Milos Kerkez and Andras Schafer in action with Germany's Jamal Musiala REUTERS/Heiko Becker

STUTTGART (Reuters) - Germany coach Julian Nagelsmann made no changes to the lineup that beat Scotland 5-1 in their Group A opener, keeping faith with midfielder Robert Andrich for his side's second group match against Hungary on Wednesday.

Andrich was taken off at halftime in the first game to make way for Pascal Gross, but Nagelsmann is sticking with his midfield trio of Andrich, Toni Kroos and Ilkay Gundogan.

Hungary head coach Marco Rossi has made two changes to the lineup that lost to Switzerland, fielding Bendeguz Bolla in the place of Adam Lang and Marton Dardai instead of left back Attila Szalai.

Germany: Manuel Neuer, Antonio Ruediger, Jonathan Tah, Joshua Kimmich, Kai Havertz, Toni Kroos, Jamal Musiala, Florian Wirtz, Maximilian Mittelstaedt, Ilkay Gundogan (C), Robert Andrich

Hungary: Peter Gulacsi; Willi Orban, Attila Fiola, Marton Dardai; Milos Kerkez, Andras Schafer, Adam Nagy, Bendeguz Bola, Dominiki Szoboszlai; Roland Sallai, Barnabas Varga.

(Reporting by Karolos Grohmann; Editing by Toby Chopra and Hugh Lawson)

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