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Joachim Low's Germany pulled off a great escape to stay in Euro 2020 and set up a last 16 showdown with arch rivals England
Germany's 2-2 draw with Hungary means Gareth Southgate's England will face their old foes at Wembley on Tuesday in the last 16.
The tie will offer Southgate the chance to make amends for his Wembley penalty shoot-out miss against Germany in the semi-finals of Euro 96.
Low said he and his players have no fear about facing England at Wembley and are relishing the encounter. “It's great news to be playing in London at Wembley against England,” said Low.
“It's a totally different match. Hungary parked the bus and had everyone behind the ball. Against England, it will be totally different.
Low has given his verdict on Germany vs England
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“They like to attack, so it's gong to be an open match. We're looking forward to it.”
Former Germany striker Jurgen Klinsmann, a member of the Euro 96-winning squad, was critical of his country's performance against Hungary.
“Germany were not on form today, they were sloppy,” said Klinsmann. “They were slow and they were not physical enough.
“They weren't up for it and they struggled, but at least they saved themselves like they often do in the last minutes.”
Hungary boss Marco Rossi praised his side's effort and said: Rossi said: “I's very proud to coach this side.
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“We drew against France and here in Munich – it will go down in Hungarian footballing history.
“The guys have done something people will recall in years to come and will be proud of them – and so will our fans going forward.”
Klinsmann said England and Germany are so evenly matched, the game could end up being decided by penalties again.
"If you go player by player and team by team in Germany and England, this is a 50/50 situation that could end up again in a penalty shoot-out," said Klinsmann.
"Now all that matters is to focus on the next game and to give it everything you have, because you don't know what could happen."
Germany midfielder Joshua Kimmich said: "We could have come first in the group, but we're second and there are worse matches to play than England at Wembley, so I'm really hot for it.
"The most important thing tonight was to reach the next round. It's the knockout stage and I think we can make it through and be successful.
"I'm convinced we can improve and play better and show a better performance in the next match and even beyond the match against England."