Germany Coach Low: How We Planned Comeback Win Vs Sweden

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

#WC2018: Hernandez nets as Mexico sees off South Korea

It can go through with a draw as long as Mexico beats Sweden, while a victory and Sweden dropping points will also see them through. "But the whole group is still alive so we have to lick our wounds and come back from the next one", said the Sweden coach.

The Sweden team have given a strong show of unity after winger Jimmy Durmaz was subjected to death threats for his role in Germany's late victor in the teams' World Cup group match in Sochi.

"Crazy people openly raging with racism against Jimmy Durmaz after a football match unfortunately says too much about the world we live in", Swedish sports journalist Patrick Ekwall tweeted on Sunday.

If Korea is to produce an unlikely result, it needs to score goals and its best hope in that regard is the Tottenham forward. "What we want is to try everything so that the universe conspires in our favor and we can deserve to win".

He has stated that his greatest dream and the aim of this national team in Russian Federation is to win the World Cup.

Ulsan Hyundai defender Joo-Ho Park is the only injury doubt for South Korea as he struggles to recover from a thigh injury, per the official Bundesliga website.

Germany manager Joachim Low has already had to adapt to injuries and absences at this World Cup, and another changed lineup looks likely for the final fixture of their group campaign.

'We know we need to win, ' said the Germany boss.

"We are courageous enough not only to dream, but to work on those dreams so that we can make them true", Hernandez said.

South Korea have lost their last four World Cup matches in a row, their joint-worst run - they also lost four in a row between 1986 and 1990.

"You shouldn't celebrate the way they did in front of our bench". We addressed this many times.

Germany does the job and gets the three points, but whether it moves on depends what happens in the Mexico vs. Sweden match.

- greatest number of goals scored in all group matches.

Given the world champions' troubles so far, a loss to South Korea is by no means out of the question, with Werner and Marco Reus well aware of the threats posed by their Asian counterparts.

Andersson, still clearly furious about what he previously described as Germany "rubbing it in our faces", said: "If I had not responded I would have been dead inside". Son has the speed to cause them more problems.

This could be the most dramatic ending to a group at this World Cup. "That match made us stronger, more confident".

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