In the third group of the first tier of the European Nations League competition, England failed to achieve a meaningful home win over historic rivals Germany after a thrilling 3-3 draw to the second tier, while Germany finished third in the group.

The first half started with excellent German control but lack of attacking effectiveness in front of the net as the Lions players concentrated in their defensive areas in the face of invading German vehicles. before saving the German defense with a dangerous rebound for the Lions. The German players, due to the lack of danger of coach Flick’s sons, suffered a lot amid the suffering of the defense and the center players smoothly delivered the ball to the English team’s zone, ending this negative half between the two teams.

With the start of the second half, the German side converted a penalty after defender Harry Maguire made a mistake on young star Jamal Musila. Kai Gündogan managed to successfully convert a penalty in the 52nd minute to give Mannshaft a goal in the lead and then coach Southgate made attackers in his ranks substitutions, where Mason Montt entered and Bukayo Saka replaced Phil Foden and Sterling, and in the 67th minute, Kai Havertz managed to snatch a beautiful goal after a powerful shot from outside the penalty area to give the Germans the second goal of the meeting, after which coach Flick brought from Leroy Sani and David Raum and replaced them with Serge Gnabry and Robin Gossens in an attempt to give them extra self-control, and in the 72nd minute Luke Shaw managed to close the gap for the Lions after a decisive pass from Rhys James, and in the last 15 minutes Mason Mount after a great shot, he managed to level the score for the English. th continuation and finish the match with an exciting draw 3:3.

In the same group, the Italian national team scored an important 2–0 victory over their rival, the Hungarian team, to make the Azzurri feel like a ticket to reach the semi-finals of the tournament after determining the first place in the standings. group while Hungary fell to second place in the group and Giacomo Raspadori scored two goals for the Azzurri in the 27th minute before Federico Demarco increased the lead with a second goal in the 52nd minute.

At the second level and as part of the activities of the third group, group leaders Bosnia and Herzegovina lost to the Romanian team 4-1, and the Finnish team managed to snatch the second place in the group, beating Montenegro 2-0.

At the third level and within the fourth group, the Georgian team beat Gibraltar with a score of 2:1, strengthening their leadership in the group and rising to the third level in the tournament, while the Bulgarian team won against North Macedonia with a score of 2:1. 1-0