Group F, billed the “Group of Death” in this tournament, kicks off Tuesday with France and Germany tangling in the banner game of the day. Due to the Euro 2020 format, there’s a strong chance all three of France, Germany and Portugal reach the knockout stage. Hungary, the afterthought of the group, will attempt to shake things up.
France is the favorite to win the title and also the group at +138, according to DraftKings Sportsbook. Germany is -200 to finish top 2 while Portugal is -165 in the same category.
Here are the standings and upcoming schedule for Group F at Euro 2020.
Group F standings
- France, 1-2-0, 5 points — advance to knockout stage
- Germany, 1-1-1, 4 points — advance to knockout stage
- Portugal, 1-1-1, 4 points — advance to knockout stage
- Hungary, 0-2-1, 2 points
Group F schedule (all times ET)
Portugal 3, Hungary 0
- Portugal netted the winning goal in the 84th minute to secure three points. Raphael Guerreiro scored on a left-footed shot from the center of the box. Cristiano Ronaldo added a pair of goals in the 87th minute on a penalty kick and 92nd minute on an assist from Rafa.
France 1, Germany 0
- Mats Hummels scored an own goal in the 20th minute and Germany could never get on the board in a 1-0 loss to France. Germany controlled possession much of the game and led with 10 total shots (1 on goal) to France’s 4 shots (1 on goal).
Hungary 1, France 1
- Hungary stunned France in first half extra time with an Attila Fiola goal. France equalized in the 66th minute when Antoine Griezmann scored, but France-Portugal is suddenly that much bigger a match and Germany gets a little bit of life.
Germany 4, Portugal 2
- Portugal ended up conceding two own goals in a disastrous performance for Cristiano Ronaldo’s side. Germany bounces back after a tough loss in the opener against France and looks to secure a place in the knockout round against Hungary. Portugal and France will meet with a knockout berth on the line. The 2018 World Cup winners could be in third place after the dust settles depending on results.
Portugal 2, France 2
- Cristiano Ronaldo put Portugal on his back but they couldn’t quite finish off France. Ronaldo scored a pair of goals on penalty kicks to force the tie. It was enough to get Portugal a fourth point and advancement to the knockout stage as one of the four best third-place teams.
Germany 2, Hungary 2
- Hungary gave Germany everything they could handle, but came up short of what would have been a shocking upset. Ádám Szalai gave Hungary a 1-0 lead in the 11th minute. Kai Havertz equalized the game in the 66th minute, only to see András Schäfer score a go-ahead goal for Hungary two minutes later. Leon Goretzka equalized in the 84th minute and Germany secured second place over Portugal by virtue of tiebreaker.