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Germany's Jerome Boateng turns in 4/10, while 8/10 Toni Kroos bails him out

Ten-man Germany survived an almighty scare to avoid crashing out of the World Cup, coming from behind to defeat Sweden in a pulsating affair in Sochi.
Ten-man Germany survived an almighty scare to avoid crashing out of the World Cup, coming from behind to defeat Sweden in a pulsating affair in Sochi.
The ESPN FC panel share their thoughts on Germany's last minute win against Sweden which brought them back from the brink of a World Cup exit.
ESPN FC's Mark Ogden offers his instant analysis from outside Fisht Stadium in Sochi following Germany's last-gasp win over Sweden.

Germany were on the brink of elimination in their match against Sweden, but they returned. A superb Toni Kroos free kick in the 95th minute rescued a 2-1 win for the title holders, who can now secure their route to the knockout stages with a win by a two-goal margin against South Korea.

Down 1-0 at half-time, manager Joachim Low tweaked his formation, pulled Timo Werner out to the wing and insisted on low crosses into the box. It worked. Marco Reus in his first-ever World Cup start was instrumental...

Toni Kroos gets redemption to give Germany belief, fill opponents with fear

Ten-man Germany survived an almighty scare to avoid crashing out of the World Cup, coming from behind to defeat Sweden in a pulsating affair in Sochi.
Ten-man Germany survived an almighty scare to avoid crashing out of the World Cup, coming from behind to defeat Sweden in a pulsating affair in Sochi.
The ESPN FC panel share their thoughts on Germany's last minute win against Sweden which brought them back from the brink of a World Cup exit.
ESPN FC's Mark Ogden offers his instant analysis from outside Fisht Stadium in Sochi following Germany's last-gasp win over Sweden.

SOCHI, Russia -- The Germans had given up. Supporters, male and female, young and old, were sat high in the stands at the Fisht Stadium with their smudged red, black and yellow face paint, waiting for the final whistle to confirm that Joachim Low's world champions were on the brink of World Cup elimination.

Some had tears in their eyes. This doesn't happen to Germany; group-stage elimination at the World Cup has been something that happens only to other nations -- like England -- since they...

Toni Kroos' late stunner puts Germany back in last-16 contention after beating Sweden

ESPN FC's Mark Ogden offers his instant analysis from outside Fisht Stadium in Sochi following Germany's last-gasp win over Sweden.
The ESPN FC panel share their thoughts on Germany's last minute win against Sweden which brought them back from the brink of a World Cup exit.
Ten-man Germany survived an almighty scare to avoid crashing out of the World Cup, coming from behind to defeat Sweden in a pulsating affair in Sochi.

SOCHI, Russia -- Three points on Germany's dramatic 2-1 comeback win against Sweden at the World Cup.

1. Kroos stunner bails out Low and Germany

Toni Kroos kept Germany alive at Russia 2018 with a stunning winner five minutes into stoppage time against Sweden, but the world champions may still need to beat South Korea in their final group game to reach the knockout stages of the competition.

In a pulsating Group F clash in Sochi, Sweden claimed a first-half lead through Ola Toivonen that left...

Joachim Low sticking to his convictions as Germany's World Cup in precarious place

While examining Raf Honigstein's projected XI for Germany against Sweden, the FC crew explain why Joachim Low needs to make changes to his lineup.
Germany's Mario Gomez admits that the team are feeling the pressure to qualify for the World Cup round of 16 after their Mexico defeat.
Germany's Thomas Muller has called for positivity ahead of their remaining World Cup group games if they are to progress.
Germany's Manuel Neuer insists the squad get on well as a team despite not having a wealth of World Cup experience.

MOSCOW -- Joachim Low's hair appeared to have turned a little greyer in the past few days, but his message at the pregame news conference in Sochi was one of impending renewal and affirmation. "I am sure there will be a reaction tomorrow," he said, adopting the firm yet gentle tone of a school teacher reminding his star pupil that previous failure in an exam was not a true reflection of his ability.

For all the "justified criticism" (Low's words) he and his men had been subjected to since the...

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Germany ace Sami Khedira shuts down Swedish journalist's prank

Germany's Thomas Muller has called for positivity ahead of their remaining World Cup group games if they are to progress.

As we know only too well, even the most studiously planned jokes aren't always guaranteed to hit the mark and deliver the level of laughs you hoped for.

Swedish journalist Ludvig Holmberg found that out to his cost when he attempted to prank the Germany players at their World Cup training camp in Vatutinki.

With the Germans losing to Mexico in their opening game and set to face Sweden in their second, Holmberg tried to rib Sami Khedira by offering him and his teammates an early plane ticket...

Germany's Thomas Muller should be dropped? He doesn't think so

World Cup winner Phillipp Lahm thinks Germany need to stand united following opening game loss to Mexico.
Germany's Manuel Neuer insists the squad get on well as a team despite not having a wealth of World Cup experience.
Raphael Honigstein joins the FC panel to discuss the ramifications of Germany's defeat to Mexico, Mats Hummels' postmatch comments and more.
Craig Burley believes if Germany are to rebound from their "Mexico wake-up call", they'll need to rethink both their tactics and starting XI.

MOSCOW -- Thomas Muller has fielded all sorts of questions at his two previous World Cups, but Wednesday lunchtime brought a novel line of inquiry.

"Would you be frustrated if you were put on the bench against Sweden [on Saturday]," asked a reporter at a news conference in Sochi. The FC Bayern forward's answer was relaxed and unspectacular -- "Of course I would be, I'd expect every player to feel the same" -- but the fact the potential quandary had been put to him in the first place was indicative...