News : U21 European Championship in live stream: Germany – Romania watch live on the Internet


News : U21 European Championship in live stream: Germany – Romania watch live on the Internet

The German U21 national team wants to make the quarter-finals perfect in the final EM group game against Romania. A draw is enough for the selection of coach Stefan Kuntz in the game on Tuesday (6 p.m. / ProSieben) in Budapest for safe progress. With a win, the team of the German Football Association would have won the group. In the event of a defeat, the preliminary rounds for the German junior team would still be possible. The knockout phase of the tournament, which is divided into two parts due to the corona pandemic, will take place at the end of May and the beginning of June. The hosts are again Hungary and Slovenia.

U21 EM: Germany – Romania in the live stream – this is how it works:

The game on Tuesday evening will be broadcast live by ProSieben. The live stream can be accessed via prosieben.de and in the Joyn app.

Moukoko probably also against Romania not operational

Stefan Kuntz remains optimist before the group showdown with his U21 national team. The national coach does not want to think about the worst possible scenario before the last preliminary round match at the EM against Romania. “There is no room in the head of leaving at the moment,” he said. “We are focused on the plan for how to get ahead.” A draw would be enough for his eleven to reach the quarter-finals, but the approach to the game does not change that, as does the renewed failure of exceptional talent Youssoufa Moukoko.

“He’s almost certainly not fit for action,” said Kuntz about the 16-year-old Borussia Dortmund striker, who will be able to make his U21 debut in the knockout phase at the end of May at the earliest. Nobody in the German team doubts that the leap into the quarter-finals can succeed without Moukoko. “If we play our game and bring our qualities to the field, then we will be successful,” said midfielder Niklas Dorsch, who is ailing like captain Arne Maier and Jonathan Burkardt. “You shouldn’t think too much about what can go wrong,” said Dorsch about the possibility of a German exit in the event of a defeat against Romania.

The German team wants to win the game anyway. “Of course we are aware that a draw is enough. But to approach the matter like this would be the wrong thing,” said Dorsch. And Kuntz does not want to get involved in the calculation examples, according to which even a draw could be enough for the group victory. “We have to give it all again, 100 percent,” he said.


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