Enthusiastic San Jose Crowd Watches Mexico Upset Germany

Juan Carlos Osorio

Juan Carlos Osorio coach of Mexic Credit GETTY IMAGES

What was even better was the public reaction to the goal back in Mexico, where millions of people were out watching the game.

A 35th minute goal from Hirving Lozano earned El Tri maximum points against the FIFA World Cup holders at the Luzhniki stadium in Moscow, leaving Löw and Co.in a tricky position with Saturday's game against the Swedes to come.

The PSV winger scored his eighth worldwide goal and was in no doubt about the importance of his impact against Germany.

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Underdogs Mexico are ready to cause a major upset and beat Germany for the first time in a tournament on Sunday, provided the central Americans realize the World Cup clash is just another football game, coach Juan Carlos Osorio said. While Mexico has twice hosted the World Cup, and last week won a joint bid with the US and Canada for the 2026 games, its team has never progressed beyond quarterfinals showings in 1970 and 1986.

He added: "We will not change our match plan because if we are able to play out our ideas then we have players who can deliver".

"I tried to make sure that the pressure is all on me, so that all they have to do is go out and do what they did today", he said.

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In the first game of the day, Aleksandar Kolarov produced a moment of captain's inspiration as he curled home a superb free kick as Serbia got their World Cup Group E campaign up and running with a 1-0 victory over Costa Rica.

"Everybody is really unhappy and crestfallen but we have to put this behind us", Low said afterwards. Our team certainly has experience dealing with losses, and the next match will be decisive for us. "I barely felt like watching the match, because I thought we were going to get badly beaten". They are in a tough group that also contains Brazil and Switzerland. "We need to focus on the next game".

"What happened today was an quake of joy for us - just imagine, we beat the world champions!" said Laura Villegas, a 45-year-old merchant who downed her beer with tequila in one gulp.

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