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Euro 2020: Full results and standings of Group F

Germany managed to pull an impressive comeback against Portugal, as they achieved a comfortable 4-2 win at Allianz Arena. 

Germany revived their hopes again in the campaign as they secured their first three points in the competition.

Ronaldo broke the deadlock in the 15th minute, but two own goals from Ruben Dias and Raphael Guerreiro were enough to give the Germans a 2-1 lead.

 The Mannschaft kept their pressure on and managed to add two more goals to secure a brilliant victory at home. 

On the other hand, Hungary holds France to a remarkable 1-1 draw at Ferenc Puskás Stadium. In the dying minutes of the first half, Attila Fiola netted the opener to give Hungary the lead. 

Les Bleus upped their pressure and managed to equalize in the 66th minute, thanks to efforts from Antoine Griezmann. 

Following Saturday’s games, we will spotlight some interesting facts and numbers.

– Portugal became the first titleholder to concede four goals in the history of the Euro.

– Portugal became the first team to score two own goals in one game in a major competition. 

– Five own goals were scored until now in Euro 2020, which is the greatest number in the competition’s history. 

– Cristiano Ronaldo is the most European player to score goals in Euro and FIFA World Cup with 19 goals. 

– Aged 22 and 8 days, Kai Havertz became the youngest player to score for Germany in the European Competition.

– Germany managed to defeat Portugal in three consecutive Euros. They achieved a 3-2 victory in Euro 2008, a 1-0 win in 2012, and a comfortable 4-2 win in Euro 2020.

– For the first time since the 2014 FIFA World Cup, Portugal conceded four goals in one game. 

– Karim Benzema has now gone eight matches without scoring at European Competition despite firing 30 shots, which gives him the third-worst record in history behind Clarence Seedorf (33) and Andres Iniesta (34).

– With a brilliant equalizer against Hungary, Antoine Griezmann is placed third with nine goals behind Thierry Henry and Michel Platini, as they scored 10 goals for France in the Euros and FIFA World Cup.

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