Robin Koch relief as Germany book England showdown and meeting of Leeds United team mates
GERMANY and Leeds United defender Robin Koch's Euros are still alive and kicking - just.
In a night of crazy twists and turns in Group F, Germany's Leon Goretzka bagged a dramatic 84th-minute equaliser to seal a 2-2 draw against Hungary in Munich which sent the Hungarians out.
Whites centre-back Robin Koch is still waiting for his first minutes of the Euros having been an unused substitute for a third game in a row.
Germany were heading out and destined to finish bottom of the group until Goretzka struck to seal the group's runners-up berth and a last 16 clash against an England side featuring Whites midfielder Kalvin Phillips.
England and Germany will lock horns next Tuesday in a 5pm kick-off at Wembley.
France and Portugal drew 2-2 meaning France went through as winners and Portugal qualified as one of the best third-placed sides.
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Thank you Laura Collins