Germany to coast past an underwhelming South Korea

Germany's Tony Kroos reacts after scoring during a 2018 Fifa World Cup against Sweden

‘F*** racism!’: Swedish soccer players stand by beleaguered Turkish-origin teammate

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.

Durmaz, born in Sweden to Assyrian parents who emigrated from Turkey, conceded a late free-kick that was scored in stunning fashion by Germany star Toni Kroos, giving the Germans a crucial 2-1 victory.

Mexico, on six points, are in the driving seat, with Germany and Sweden both on three. If both Sweden and Germany win it is possible for the Swedes to advance on goal difference. If Germany and Sweden's margin of victory is two or more goals each, that would send Mexico home.

Mexico have been one of the biggest attractions of this World Cup.

Two days of high-octane drama have seen Portugal go from winning the group to coming within inches of being knocked out, while Argentina needed a center-back to score four minutes from time to extend their stay in Russian Federation.

"We do not tolerate a player being subjected to threats or abuse", Sjostrand said in a statement.

Mexico hasn't yet secured its spot in the round of 16, but forward Javier Hernandez believes the squad is a contender to win the entire tournament. "I think he's found the right balance and there's a positive atmosphere [in the squad] with a lot of positive energy". Then it's goal scored in games against each other, and that's where South Korea falls out, with only one goal scored in common games to two for the other two teams. Coach Janne Andersson told the media that they wanted to discuss the "completely unacceptable" situation that developed after the match.

"We will play against South Korea a little differently from the way we did against Sweden and we will chose the starting line-up accordingly". We have all to gain and win and mentally we are very, very strong.

The DFB had already said Behlau and Voigt would not be given functions at pitch side in Germany's final Group F match with South Korea on Wednesday. A Serbian draw and a Switzerland loss could still do it for the Serbs, but they would need the Swiss to lose by a few or have a high-scoring draw as the would lose the head-to-head tiebreaker.

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