Watch as laid-back Germany stars sing 4 Non Blondes' 'What's Up' and play guitars ahead of Euro 2020 clash vs Hungary

RELAXED Germany stars have been singing and playing guitars ahead of their crunch Euro 2020 clash with Hungary tonight.

A defeat, coupled with a Portugal victory over France, would see Joachim Low's 2014 World Cup winners eliminated from the competition.

But if players are feeling the pressure, they certainly aren't showing it.

Leeds star Robin Koch has taken to Instagram to show off his 'boyband' team-mates having a sing-song as they enjoy some down time between matches.

Serge Gnabry, Kevin Volland and Joshua Kimmich can be seen playing their guitars, while belting out 90's girl-band 4 Non Blondes' hit 'What's Up?'.

The footballers turned musicians are also joined by Mats Hummels and Kevin Trapp, who sing along with their joyful team-mates.

Low, 61, appears to have fostered a great atmosphere in the camp – in what is his final tournament in charge of Die Mannschaft.

But his stars will very much be all business going into tonight's game.

Germany were humiliated as reigning champions at the 2018 World Cup, being knocked out in the group stage in Russia.

And they will be desperate to avoid the same fate this time around.


Having bounced back from their 1-0 defeat to France with a 4-2 mauling of Portugal, the Germans' fate is very much in their own hands.

But even if they progress, there are various permutations that will decide their Round of 16 opponents.

And one of these could see them face England at Wembley in a repeat of the 1966 World Cup final next Tuesday.

If France and Germany both win tonight, Low and Co will face the Three Lions next week.

Should they lose to Hungary and France beat Portugal, they could face the Netherlands in the next round.

And if they beat Hungary, and France beat the Portuguese, they will face the third placed side from either Group A or Group C.

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