Germany 5-2 Italy
Germany got back to winning ways in the UEFA Nations League after thrashing European champions Italy 5-2 on Tuesday night.
After dropping points against Hungary in their last encounter, Hansi Flick's men made a promising start when Joshua Kimmich opened the scoring.
İlkay Gündoğan doubled the lead on the stroke of halftime from penalty spot, giving the hosts a comfortable.
Thomas Muller added a third goal six minutes after the break, before a quick-fire brace from Timo Werner rounded off the rout.
The visitors did get their name on the score-sheet, with 18-year-old Wilfried Gnonto getting his first international goal while Alessandro Bastoni also got the second goal.
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England 0-4 Hungary
England remain without a win in Group 3 following a 4-0 loss at the hands of Hungary at Molineux Stadium.
The Three Lions entered the clash without a win in their last three outings, while Hungary secured a credible point against Germany.
The Hungarians got off to a good start when Roland Sallai opened the scoring in the 16th minute with a close-range volley.
Sallai bagged his and Hungary's second goal on 70 minutes, before Zsolt Nagy and Dániel Gazdag got their names on the score-sheet for the visitors in the final 10 minutes.
Netherlands 3-2 Wales
Netherlands maintained their unbeaten run in Group 4 with a 3-2 win over Wales in Rotterdam on Tuesday night.
Noa Lang gave the Dutch the opening goal on 17 minutes, before the highly-rated Cody Gakpo doubled the advantage six minutes later.
The visitors managed to reduce the deficit in the 26th minute courtesy of Brennan Johnson, who scored against Belgium over the weekend.
Gareth Bale completed the comeback in the 92nd minute, but Wales suffered heartbreak a minute later when Memphis Depay grabbed the winning goal.
Poland 0-1 Belgium
Belgium moved up to second spot in Group 4 with a 1-0 win over Poland at the Stadion Narodowy in Warszawa.
Michy Batshuayi gave the away the side the early lead after turning home a cross from Youri Tielemans.