Mexican fans celebrate opening goal vs. Germany in enemy territory in Berlin

Mexican fans celebrate opening goal vs. Germany in enemy territory in Berlin

Hirving Lozano scored the only goal after 35 minutes in Moscow as Germany lost their opening game at a World Cup for the first time in 36 years.

They weren't the only favourite to struggle, with Brazil drawing with Switzerland while Germany lost to Mexico.

Germany, who went into the game having won all five previous encounters at global tournaments against the Mexicans, had no answer to that strategy in the first half and only upped the pressure after the break.

"We will not change our match plan because if we are able to play out our ideas then we have players who can deliver".

It is true that few would bet against Germany turning things round in their remaining games against Sweden and South Korea, but all is clearly not right with the four-times winners.

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We'll be back every day with a wrap of the morning's action, as well as a look ahead to what's to come from Russian Federation 2018. Our finishing wasn't good. "Our team has experience of dealing with losses, the next match will be decisive and we have to win it".

The country has been fined several times during World Cup qualifying play over the slurs.

The Paris Saint-Germain striker's participation at the finals in Russian Federation had been cast into doubt after he suffered a broken bone in his right foot in late February.

The street parties are still ongoing Sunday afternoon in Mexico.

Aside from Brazil who successfully defended the World Cup in 1962 after winning in 1958, no other country has been able to defend their World Cup crown. "It made us look at the instruments, since measuring these signals are often too small to distinguish".

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