Germany to coast past an underwhelming South Korea

Germany to coast past an underwhelming South Korea

There are four World Cup games today, and none is more intriguing than the Mexico vs. Sweden match, which will help determine which two Group F teams move on to the round of 16. Sweden beat South Korea 1-0 and lost to Germany 2-1, but could still make it to the round of 16 - if they beat Mexico and if Germany loses or ties in its game against South Korea.

The German Football Association (DFB) has suspended two of its backroom staff for tomorrow's crunch World Cup clash against South Korea following an angry exchange with the Sweden bench.

Germany have been eliminated in the first round of the World Cup for the first time in 80 years, since a defeat in 1938 at the hands of Switzerland, where they drew the first match 1-1, before being beaten 4-2 in the replay.

Indeed, a draw would be enough for Germany - if Sweden lose to Mexico, or Sweden and Mexico play to lower-scoring draw.

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Sweden were so close to a point against Germany and their manager will probably consider keeping his side unchanged for their game against Mexico.

Germany captain Manuel Neuer, Sweden captain Andreas Granqvist, Mexico captain Andrés Guardado and South Korea striker Son Heung-min. They will also go through with any win should Sweden fail to beat Mexico. It's clear there is a strong mentality. This Swedish side is filled with many talented players and they have shown that they can beat the top sides.

Mueller has scored 10 goals over two World Cups but was relegated to the bench after drawing a blank in Germany's first two matches in Russian Federation, with attacking midfielder Leon Goretzka selected instead. Even worse, when you go after my family, my children, threaten them. "We won't cast any blame but we have spoken to those who say it was a penalty on Berg, and that is maybe what we needed against a team like Germany", said Andersson, who was unhappy that the Video Assistant Referee did not intervene.

"I didn't witness any gestures because after the final whistle we were really involved and we fell into each other's arms elated".

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