Mexicans stage wild party outside South Korea's embassy after Germany win

Mexicans stage wild party outside South Korea's embassy after Germany win

Mexicans stage wild party outside South Korea's embassy after Germany win

South Korea's win knocked out Germany and allowed Mexico to progress to the next stage of the World Cup - sending the country's fans wild with delight. We have energetic legs on the pitch and we're sticking to the game plan.

They stole the celebratory limelight after the match with hundreds of Mexican fans mobbing the South Korean embassy in Mexico City chanting "Korean, brother, now you're Mexican!"

The central defender had the chance to break the deadlock in the 87th minute of Germany's final Group F match against South Korea when Mesut Ozil swung a cross into the penalty area. The defence with practically non-existent in all three games and in midfield they were only able to come up with pretty passes. Meanwhile, France and Argentina play each other next, so only one will make the quarter-finals. "But now we are at a World Cup, it's a new cycle, a new format", said coach Tite in an attempt to keep feet on the ground.

"It's a psychological thing and the players still don't know how the play with the burden of being winners". It did its part by beating Germany, but Sweden's 3-0 victory over Mexico allowed the Swedes to win the group ahead of the second-place Mexicans.

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"I have to say it over and over again, Ozil is an overrated footballer", he explained.

"It's too soon for me to answer, it will take a few hours to see things clearly, the disappointment is very deep in me", the 58-year said when asked if he would resign.

Kim Young-gwon and Son Heung-min scored the goals in Kazan, both of them coming in added time as Germany threw everyone forward for a late goal. How are we going to be unsafe to an opponent if we do not get our performance (right)?

Never before have they failed to qualify from the group stage. I'm incredibly disappointed by this elimination'.

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