The much-awaited clash between England and Germany in the Euro Cup Today

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England is the lucky team to play at home even after the group stage in Euro Cup 2020, England vs Germany in Nepali time

The same England is competing with Germany in the last 16 at Wembley ground in London.

The game, which will be played at 9:45 pm Nepali time, has become much awaited. England reached the last 16 by winning Group D. 

Germany in Group of Death were runners-up in Group F, behind France. England were unbeaten in all three home games of the group stage.

England drew 1-0 with Croatia and the Czech Republic in a goalless draw. Rahim Sterling scored in both games.

 Germany, who started the tournament with a 1-0 defeat to France, beat eventual winners Portugal 4-2 in the second game and drew 2-2 with Hungary.

Football rivalry between England and Germany is huge. This time the two teams are fighting at the beginning of the knockout stage of the Euro Cup. 

That is why various speculations have started about this game.

The winner of this match will play the winner of the match between Sweden and Ukraine in the quarterfinals.

Playing England and Germany is reminiscent of the 1996 Euro semi-finals. Germany had won when then-English coach Gareth Southgate missed a penalty.

In the same edition, England could not reach the semi-finals again. England have reached the semi-finals twice but have yet to win the title.

England Vs Germany in Nepali time

Germany is the three-time champion with Spain. Germany won the title in 1996.

England have not beaten Germany in the knockout stages of the main competition since beating Germany in the 1966 World Cup final.

In that famous 1996 semi-final, Germany defeated England 6-5 in a penalty shootout. At Euro 2000, England beat Germany 1-0 in the group stage.

The two teams are set to meet for the third time in the Euro Cup.

This will be England’s 300th home game at Wembley. This is the 13th time England and Germany have played at Wembley. 

Germany has won six of their previous 12 matches, while England has won four and drawn two.

Overall, the two teams have played 32 games so far and both have won the same 13 games. 6 games ended in a draw.

Wembley will have 40,000 spectators to watch Germany and England play.