Low rejects champions ‘curse’ after loss

Low rejects champions ‘curse’ after loss

Joachim Low has admitted that his Germany side weren't at the races after they slipped to a disappointing 1-0 defeat to Mexico on Sunday.

Speaking of Brazil, Sunday was their first World Cup final match since they were embarrassed by Germany in the 2014 semifinals.

Mexico found themselves in this year's World Cup's "Group Of Death", alongside Sweden, South Korea, and reigning champions Germany.

Wearing sombreros and ponchos, Mexican fans cheered for their national football team - and vented their discontent with US President Donald Trump - in the streets of Moscow, ahead of their game against Germany. The goal decided the match - a match Germany didn't expect to lose. Neither of those teams advanced from the group stage.

In Mexico City, the celebrations were so wild when Hirving Lozano scored in the first half, they registered on seismographs, effectively causing a small natural disaster.

Brazil took the lead in the first half thanks to a long-range curling effort by Barcelona striker Philippe Coutinho in the 20th minute.

"Mexico deserved the win", Hummels conceded.

Lozano, a 22-year-old forward from the Dutch league nicknamed "Chucky", got Mexico going with a deflected shot over the bar in the first minute.

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"We decided on (goalscorer) Hirving Lozano as he is our fastest player".

However, Switzerland, who had looked toothless throughout the first half, got back on level terms five minutes into the second period when Zuber rose unmarked to head home a corner kick.

Osorio also made a quick reference to an incident before the World Cup when a magazine published photos of a number of players enjoying a late night party.

"You had the feeling that the ball just wouldn't go in anyhow, " Loew said. He has tinkered with his lineups constantly.

So there's one of the direct consequences of Mexico causing a boilover against Germany.

"We had drawn up a plan six months back or so".

In the 10 matches played in this World Cup thus far, three of the teams with the most shots have failed to win their matches. "If we are able to play out our ideas then we have players who able to deliver".

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