World Champion Germany: Mexico won 1-0 Victory over Reigning Champion

Mexico won the current world champion with considerable merit, and good play to a Germany lost in defense, in the first match of group F of the World Cup that was played today in the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow.

Soccer player Hirving Lozano a 22-year-old forward nicknamed “Chucky”.  was in charge of marking the first 35 minutes of the match between Mexico and Germany for the World Cup Russia 2018 in Moscow. The ‘ Tri ‘ beats for 1-0 the title defender in the first day of group F.

In the first 45 minutes, Mexico was better than the European power. In a backlash led by Javier ‘ Chicharito ‘ Hernández, Lozano received from the left, Fintó to Mesut Ozil and executed the captain of the Mannschaft, Manuel Neuer.
For its part, the best occasion of Germany in the match arrived in the minute 39, when’ Memo ‘ Ochoa plays a foul launched by Toni Kroos and, subsequently, starred in the stringer of the Aztec goalkeeper.

The “Tri ” attacked the current world champion fearlessly, broke again and again to kickback its porous defense, and endured the pressure of the Germans when they tried to change the course of the party.

“You had the feeling that the ball just wouldn’t go in anyhow,” Loew said. “Everyone’s very disappointed.”

The Teutonic selection had opportunities to tie the game, but Mexico was able to expand its advantage if it was not for its many inaccuracies in the last pass, reflected finally in the tight marker that only climbed the Hirving Lozano in the minute 35 the team.

“We were nervous and we weren’t playing the game we wanted to play,” Loew said. “We need to see what caused this.”

German came to the World Cup after winning all his matches in the qualifying phase, he celebrated, four years ago, in Maracanã and thanks to a goal in the extension of Mario Götze-absent in this world-his fourth title, after which he won in 1954, in Switzerland; In 1974, in his own country; And in 1990, in Italy.

Both teams arrived in Russian territory with unsupportable controversies. The Germans, for the controversial photo that two of their players, Mesut Özil and Ilkay Gündogan, of Turkish origin, were taken with the President of Turkey, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, which caused the second to whistle during the minutes he played in the last friendly, who did not dispute the first. Also, Mexicans, for a party on their day off that according to some media was a bit of a rise in tone.

Read more: Washington Post

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