South Korea vs. Germany

Angry Andersson hits out at Germans for'rubbing it into our faces

#WC2018: Hernandez nets as Mexico sees off South Korea

"In Son Heung-min, they have an internationally well-known player". We never lost hope that we could turn the tide and win this match.

The world champions left Sochi in a downpour having beaten Sweden in the final seconds and arrived in Kazan for South Korea to find the stadium pitch too sodden for training.

Germany held its breath, and Toni Kroos delivered.

"After the match against Mexico we tried to analyse his way of playing with videos and clips".

But with "Chicharito", this World Cup hasn't just seen him become a starting player.

He may even be partnered with club teammate Niklas Sule, given Antonio Rudiger's shaky performance against Sweden. Julian Brandt has impressed in two cameos, and is pushing hard to replace Julian Draxler in the front four. Joachim Low has to be tempted to bring in Mario Gomez but I wouldn't. Germany, however, can still progress with a win. The Brazilian-born player was then politely told to "F**K OFF TO BRAZIL, I F***ING CALLED IT" and reminded: "They did not want you in your homeland so you were given Polish citizenship".

Alternatively, if you think South Korea will struggle again in attack, you could back Germany to win to nil at 10/11 on the Sportsbook. Germany is leveled with Sweden on points (three) but has a better goal differential.

Group F plays before this group on Thursday, so these teams will know who has won that group.

I like the under 2.5 goals.

"It goes without saying we'll be constantly informed about the result between Sweden and Mexico, so that we can react if need be", he said. They rediscovered their pace and intensity in attack, as Sweden found themselves hemmed in.

Earlier, in Poland's opening game against Senegal, defender Thiago Cionek scored an own goal, attempting to block a shot from Idrissa Gueye and deflecting it into the net.

Sweden looked like it was going to cruise to a 1-1 draw against Germany and possession itself for the knockout stages, but it allowed a late goal to Toni Kroos. On Sunday, Colombia coach Jose Pekerman dedicated the crucial 3-0 win over Poland to midfielder Carlos Sanchez, after reports that the midfielder received death threats for his red card against Japan.

Switzerland found itself scrutinized following its 2-1 victory over Serbia because three of its players used the match to make political statements.

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