Enthusiasts Eckel in front of Hungary game: Memories of "Miracles of Bern"
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67 years after the "Miracle of Bern" Football Idol believes Horst Eckel in the EM Group Finals of the DFB selection against Hungary again to a victory of the German team. This told his daughter Dagmar Eckel before the game in Munich the German Press Agency.
The last living world champion of 1954 currently has no interviews. The 89-year-old lives withdrawn in the Palatinate Vogelbach after hurt in a serious fall last year.
"Of course, the game is important to him as the memories come up," said Dagmar Eckel. "But he is also very realistic and says: We live in here and now - and now the boys are there!" Her father look at the games of the DFB selection on television «with tension» and they both would always make calls and replace themselves.
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memories of 1954
Hungary as an opponent still triggers special feelings in German football fans. On July 4, 1954, the large outsider succeeded in the final by the gates of Max Morlock and twice Helmut Rahn a 3: 2 victory and thus the first World Cup triumph. Two weeks earlier Germany had lost the group match 3: 8. Eckel was at that time with 22 years of the youngest player in the team of coach Sepp Herberger and Captain Fritz Walter.
Since then, there was no responsibility against the Magyars. The last duel from so far only three games under tournament conditions is always in the history books. At Olympia 1912 there was a 1: 3 against Hungary. All other 31 games of national teams prior to meeting at the end of the EM group stage on Wednesday in Munich were friendly matches.
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With a total of 34 lots, Hungary is located in the ranking of the most common DFB opponents, after all, seven. Even the very first international match in Munich took place against Hungary. On December 17, 1911, there was a 1: 4 on the square of MTV Munich, the predecessor of FC Bayern.
The Hungarian selection was a "very big team", Hungary National Player noticed Willi Orban (RB Leipzig). The defender, born in Kaiserslautern, grown up and later there professionals, said about the current national team: "We want to take their own development and write our own story."
Joachim Löw has won both games against Hungary as the national coach. Before the 2010 World Cup there was a 3-0, before the EM 2016 a 2: 0. The last defeat set it before the EM 2004. Lothar Matthäus led the Hungary as a coach to a 2-0 in Kaiserslautern.
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