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A fiery summit between England and Germany tonight in the price of the Euro 2020 final

The England national team will play a heavy-caliber match against its German counterpart, at 6:00 pm, today, Tuesday, at Wembley Stadium in the British capital, “London”, in the round of 16 competitions of the current edition of the European Nations Cup “Euro 2020”, which is currently being held on 11 A different city and will continue until next July 11th.

The England team qualified for the Euro 2020 final after being at the top of the Group D standings with 7 points, as it achieved two victories over Croatia and the Czech Republic with the same score 1-0, in addition to a negative draw against Scotland, and scored only two goals, signed by Manchester City star Raheem Sterling, It has not conceded any goal and is the only team that has kept a clean sheet so far.

On the other hand, Germany booked its place in the round of 16 in the euro after occupying second place in the sixth group "Group of Death" with 4 points, two points behind France, the leader with 6 points, and with a difference of direct confrontations only over the third Portugal team with the same balance of points.

The German machines, led by coach Joachim Loew, achieved a single victory in the group stage against Portugal 4-2, while they drew with Hungary with difficulty in the last round 2-2, and scored a single defeat against France with a goal in return.

Tonight's summit holds the 33rd confrontation between the German and English teams, where the Germans have won 15 previous matches in all tournaments, while the victory of the Three Lions was 13 times, and only 4 confrontations between them ended in a draw.

The two teams met face to face in the European Nations twice previously, Germany won the first match on penalties 6-5 at Wembley Stadium in the quarter-finals of the 1996 edition, while England won the other match with a goal free of charge in the group stage in the 2000 edition.

The last confrontation between Germany and England in a major tournament dates back to the 2010 World Cup in South Africa, when the machines beat four goals to one in the round of 16.