The last moment’s goal saved Germany from being out

_102178157_047680471-1.jpgDefending champion Germany has maintained its hopes in the World Cup by winning 2-1 against Sweden.

After losing its first match to Mexico in Mexico, this match proved to be very important for Germany. If the team loses against Sweden, then the group is out of the round.

But if it did not happen, then it was the reason for Tony Cros’s compulsive goal in time. Cross made this goal in the 95th minute of the match.

Cross did not let the free kick shots found in the last moments of the injury time. After the 82nd minute, Germany’s team is playing with 10 players in this match.

Back to back
By the way, Sweden had maintained a 1-0 lead at half-time. Ola Toivonen of Sweden gave the lead to the team by scoring a goal in the 32nd minute.
Marco Hice scored a goal of equalizing from Germany in 48th minute After this, the team managed to win the match by crossing the cross.

This is the first time since 1974 when Germany won the World Cup match after halving at half time. In 1974, he had done such an act against Sweden.

After Germany’s victory, the teams that reach the next round of Group F will have to wait for the final league match to decide.

Mexico’s next match is from Sweden and Germany’s team will clash with South Korea. The Mexico team has won six points in two matches. While Germany and Sweden are just three-three digits.

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