- Goal in each half enough for Germany against Hungary.
- Bayern's Thomas Müller on target in second half.
- Germany face Ukraine in Euro 2016 Group C on 12 June.
FC Bayern München's Thomas Müller scored his 32nd senior international goal as Germany warmed up for their UEFA Euro 2016 Group C opener against Ukraine with a comfortable 2-0 victory over Hungary at FC Schalke 04's VELTINS Arena.
Germany 2-0 Hungary
Goals: 1-0 Lang (o.g. 38'), 2-0 Müller (63')
Germany got off to a bright start and were unfortunate not to go ahead when VfL Wolfsburg midfielder Julian Draxler's close-range strike was ruled out for offside. Hungary grew into the contest as TSG 1899 Hoffenheim striker Adam Szalai forced an impressive double save out of FC Bayern custodian Manuel Neuer, before Müller tested Gabor Kiraly from range. The opening goal came late in the half, with Hungary defender Adam Lang putting a cross from 1. FC Köln left-back Jonas Hector through his own net under pressure from Bayern's Mario Götze.
Former VfB Stuttgart midfielder Sami Khedira made way at half-time, but the move did little to disrupt Germany's flow as Müller added a second after Kiraly could only parry from substitute Mario Gomez. Bastian Schweinsteiger and home favourite Leroy Sane joined the action shortly afterwards, with Joachim Löw's side seeing out the remainder with minimum fuss.
Germany: Neuer - Höwedes, Boateng, Rüdiger, Hector (Can 46') - Khedira (Gomez 46'), Kroos (Schweinsteiger 68') - Müller (Sane 68') , Özil, Draxler (Schürrle 60') - Götze (Podolski 78')
Coach: Joachim Löw
Hungary: Kiraly - Fiola (Bese 82'), Lang, Guzmics, Kadar - A. Nagy, Pinter (Gera 59') - Lovrencsics, Kleinheisler (Stieber 82'), Dzsudzsak - Szalai (Priskin 64')
Coach: Bernd Storck