Published: Mon, June 18, 2018
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

Mexico cause 'artificial earthquake' after upset win

Mexico cause 'artificial earthquake' after upset win

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 a tricky position with Saturday's game against the Swedes to come.

Aleksandar Kolarov scored a spectacular free-kick to give Serbia a deserved victory in their opening World Cup Group E match against Costa Rica.

Mexico would hold on to win the match 1-0, sending them to the top of Group F ahead of matches against Sweden and South Korea.

At that exact time, halfway around the world in Mexico City, the goal caused such fervent celebration that it seems to have caused the ground to shake.

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"Everybody is really unhappy and crestfallen but we have to put this behind us", Low said afterwards. "We have to win".

He adds: "We are so polarized and against each other these days, with the elections and everything else going on, that this brings us back together and makes us feel like things are possible".

Germany's Mats Hummels reacts to the defeat against Mexico. I thought we would not have a chance.

Toni Kroos crashed a shot against the crossbar for Germany but they were never able to get back into the match as they slid to their first defeat in their opening game of a World Cup since 1982. Switzerland faced off against the number two ranked Brazil, . who've won a staggering five World Cups in their history. However, the Ticos were not able to take advantage and Serbia was allowed to grow into the game. "We got a draw but this is only the beginning for us".

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More than 5,000 people with tickets skipped Uruguay's 1-0 win over Egypt in the opening game at Yekaterinburg. Suarez, who has a record 51 global goals for Uruguay, repeatedly showed his frustration in the first half.

Swiss players ended up with three yellow cards, and 10 of the 14 fouls they committed were on Brazil forward Neymar.

Switzerland dominated the midfield for long spells against a Brazil team that had been keen to start with a win after their disastrous exit as host in 2014.

Coach Tite blamed first night nerves.

The Germans are also renowned for delivering when it matters and have a stellar tournament record that includes at least a semi-final spot in every World Cup since 2002.

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