Low will keep Germany job regardless of results

Low will keep Germany job regardless of results

"We must make it as hard as possible for Germany to play their own game and instead of having too many thoughts in their heads, the players must play simply and accurately".

In a must-win match for the reigning champions, Germany could not live up to the expectations as a resilient South Korea team managed to oust the champions with a 2-0 win. The Brazilian media is celebrating Germany's defeat because its national team had a crushing defeat against Germany in the semi-finals of the last World Cup.

Serbia were leading for much of the first half courtesy Aleksandar Mitrovic " s goal in the fifth minute.

He said: "Germany are out of the World Cup - words that have never been uttered before at the end of a group-stage match".

"They are very important players, strategically and mentally", Son said.

To make things even tougher, the team's final group opponent is defending champion Germany.

Groups of Mexicans were still chanting "Korea, Korea", as they left the arena.

A questionable celebration by German players near the Swedish bench added to the disappointment.

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South Korea itself was eliminated.

Mario Basler, who played for Germany between 1994 and 1998 gave his support to coach Joachim Low, saying that "after the success he has had, there shouldn't be a doubt about him". Mentally we are very, very strong.

Germany salvaged its chances of advancing with Toni Kroos' injury-time victor on Saturday.

Team manager Oliver Bierhoff said he assumed that Low, who led Germany to their triumph in Brazil four years ago, would remain in his position.

After a shock 1-0 loss to Mexico in its opener, Germany recovered with a last-grasp win over Sweden and now hopes to build on the momentum to secure a convincing win against South Korea.

Korea, grouped with Germany, Mexico and Sweden, failed to move on to the next stage despite its dramatic victory over Germany, due to its earlier losses to Sweden and Mexico.

The Germans had a number of chances but could not convert them to goals.

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