And that is full time. It finishes 2-0 to Germany after an own goal by Lang and Muller's second half strike. It was not vintage Germany but it was enough. Thanks for following the game, stick with us on the site for all the rest of today's Euro 2016 warm up games.
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Germany - Hungary
International friendlies - 4 June 2016
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Howedes goes down after a tussle with Priskin, the Schalke man is not happy with that challenge.
There will be two added minutes.
Hungary have not been overly impressive in this game, particularly going forward.
Hungary bring on Steiber and Bese for his first cap for his country.
Dzsudzsak's cross fro the left is blocked, it falls to Gera who blazes his effort from 30 yards over the bar.
We're into the last ten minutes and its very comfortable for Low's men, Hungary look disinterested.
Podolski is on for his 128th cap.
Podolski is getting ready to come on his 31st birthday.
This has not been a half to remember, the substitutions have not benefited either side.
Sane comes on for Muller and Schweinsteiger, who has not played for Manchester United since January, replaces Kroos.
Sane is preparing to come on, hopefully his pace will ignite a spark in this game.
Substitute Priskin has a chance to lob the ball over after Neuer for some reason races off his line but the striker fails to make a proper connection, what a chance.
GOAL! Gotze's header is parried and Muller slides in at the back post to score his 32nd international goal.
There has not been one clear cut chance created by either side so far.
Pinter is off for 37-year-old former Fulham star Zoltan Gera. Draxler is off the hosts with Schurrle replacing him.
Draxler cuts inside and tries a drive from 30 yards that goes well wide.
Kroos tries to slalom his way through two players and is brought down in the box, the ref tells him to get up.
A long ball is played into the box for Draxler who nods the ball back but he is flagged off-side, a common occurance today
Dzsudzsak's cross is only half cleared, it falls to Kleinheisler who cuts inside but his shot hits his own team-mate and goes wide.
Hungary are in a group with Austria, Iceland and Portugal at the Euros and begin their campaign on June 14th.
Can's cross from the left is blocked for a corner. The set piece is headed clear though.
Lots of patient passing from Low's side to start the half but their final ball has let them down.
Germany will face Ukraine, Poland and Northern Ireland in their group. Their campaign starts a week on Sunday.
With Gomez leading the line, we could see the home side put in more crosses into the box.
Hungary get the second period underway. Can and Gomez are on for Hector and Khedira.
And that is half-time. An own goal from Lang separates the teams after a tussle with Gotze. The Germans had a goal wrongly ruled out for off-side from Draxler in the first minute but have lacked intensity and urgency for the most part.
Lovrencsics has space down the left and tries a cross with the outside of his foot but Neuer gathers, that was a waste.
Kleinheisler is booked for pushing Hector from behind, a harsh decision.
The move started from Ozil playing a threaded ball to Draxler who found Hector on the overlap and the defender's ball was put in by Lang. There was maybe a suspicion of off-side against Gote but the goal stands.
GOAL! Hector's low cross comes off Lang for an own goal under pressure from Gotze. The Bayern man is celebrating though but it struck the defender last.
Ozil has been very quiet so far, he has contributed very little from open play.
Kroos gets a caution for a late challenge, the Champions League winner can have no complaints.
Gotze is correctly flagged off-side this time after receiving a through ball.
There is a break in play as Khedira is getting treatment on his ankle, the Juventus man looks to be okay.
A funny observation despite mis-spelling pyjamas..
Boateng sends in a good cross and Gotze's header at the back post goes wide. There is a glaring lack of width in the world champions' side, Draxler, Ozil and Gotze are all cutting inside.
Dzsudzsak's corner from the right is flicked in the air by Pinter but the ball goes over the bar. This has been a promising period for the Eastern Europeans.
Dzsudzsak with a brilliant 30 yard through ball to Szalai in the box but the striker cannot get his shot away on the turn and Rudiger puts the ball behind for a corner.
Hungary have not competed at a European Championships in their 40-year-old goalkeeper Kiraly's lifetime amazingly. Hungary's number one is even older than Shay Given.
We're at the midway point of the first half and its been a mixed performance from the Germans They began well but the game has turned into a scrappy affair.
Szalai holds the ball up on the right flank and finds Kleinheisler, whose long-range drive goes well wide.
Hungary, who qualified for the Euros by being the best third placed team, are slowly growing in confidence.
Germany win a corner down the left, its only partially cleared and Boateng's fierce volley in the box is well blocked by the visitors' defence.
Double save from Neuer! He parries Dzsudzsak's low drive from 20 yards and then blocks Szalai's effort but the striker is flagged off-side. Dzsudzsak was able to cut inside far too easily there.
What a miss! Rudiger misses the target with a diving header from about six yards out following Ozil's corner. He will not want to see the replay of that chance.
Good save! Muller with a trademark drive near the 18 yard box that the keeper does well to tip around the post.
Boateng is back on the pitch. With Hummels injured until at least the second game of the Euros, it will be interesting to see how Rüdiger does.
Boateng has gone off the field for treatment so the home side are temporarily down to ten men.
Szalai has space but does not time his run properly and is flagged off-side after Boateng is caught on the halfway line, that was a close call for the Germans.
The hosts have made a blistering start and are getting a lot of joy down the right.
The man to watch for the visitors is Kleinheisler, who plys his trade in the Bundesliga and will operate behind the striker Szalai.
GOAL RULED OUT: Gotze whips the ball across goal and Draxler is there to tap it into an empty net after 56 seconds at the far post. But it is ruled out for off-side - a horrendous decision as the Wolfsburg man was about three yards on side.
The Germans get the game underway. Both teams are going for a 4-2-3-1 formation.
GERMANY: Neuer, Hector, Höwedes, Khedira, Özil, Draxler, Müller, Rüdiger, Boateng, Kroos, Götze /// HUNGARY: Kiraly, Kadar, Fiola, Guzmics, Lang, Nagy, Pinter, Dzsudzsak, Kleinheis, Lovrencsi, Szalai.
Five minutes until kick-off..
Joachim Low's side suffered a third defeat in four games last weekend against Slovakia. In contrast, their opponents today have lost just once in their last 11 matches In their final match before their first major tournament since the 1986 World Cup.
Benedict Howedes says the German players are over last weekend's shock 3-1 loss to Slovakia: "We are in good shape and looking forward to a good 90-minute test against Hungary after the water polo match against Slovakia. You can't really judge the performance after the break against Slovakia as it wasn't possible to play decent football on that pitch. With that in mind, the match against Hungary will be an important test ahead of the tournament. We will definitely use the game to try out one or two things and to improve in certain areas."
The world champions have named their starting line-up: Neuer, Hector, Höwedes, Khedira, Özil, Draxler, Müller, Rüdiger, Boateng, Kroos, Götze.
Hello and welcome to LIVE commentary of Germany's final Euro 2016 warm-up game at home to Hungary. Kick-off is at 17:00 GMT.