German fans stunned by World Cup elimination

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And just like that Germany's eliminated from 2018 FIFA World Cup contention in the group stage for the first time since 1938.

Sweden head coach Janne Andersson was full of praise for his side as they entered the last 16 on a high thanks to a morale-boosting win, to top what had been a tough-looking group.

Germany boss Joachim Low has admitted his shock at the reigning champions' World Cup exit after a stunning 2-0 defeat by South Korea.

Mexico's only hope was Germany, the defending champion, didn't win.

If you're wondering why there are so many Brazil fans in Lebanon, it's because Brazil boasts one of the biggest population of Lebanese people outside of Lebanon, so it's no surprise that the Lebanese, who don't have a horse in the race, choose to support Brazil. "There were just so many things running through the whole cup", the former Liverpool midfielder said. But Mats Hummels is able to play tomorrow. "We believed until the end today, even when it was 0-1, I think we kept trying to turn it all around". We didn't succeed in our penetration in the last third.

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Sweden coach Janne Andersson spoke of his enormous pride after his side topped the group with second-half goals against Mexico from Ludwig Augustinsson, Andreas Granqvist and an own goal from Edson Alvarez to move into a last-16 meeting with Switzerland.

Germany, the winners of the last World Cup in 2014, opened up their campaign in Russian Federation with a narrow 1-0 defeat to Mexico. "We've definitely grown since the last match". I'm shocked, I'm shocked because we didn't manage to pull it off.

The FIFA World Cup kicked off on June 14 and will continue until July 15, with the matches being played in 11 cities across Russian Federation. This kind of blind rage fueled by your team having an very bad match four years ago is what the World Cup is really all about.

"I didn't expect it, it was not foreseen at all that they would lose to South Korea". Mexico conceded an own goal by Edson Alvarez in the 74th minute of the game.

- It was an astonishing set of a matches played at the same time Wednesday that had teams from four countries all biting their nails.

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