¡CELEBRACION! Toronto World Cup fans celebrate Mexico's shutout victory over Germany

¡CELEBRACION! Toronto World Cup fans celebrate Mexico's shutout victory over Germany

¡CELEBRACION! Toronto World Cup fans celebrate Mexico's shutout victory over Germany

While winning the first match of the Fifa World Cup can send fans into a delirium, doing so against reigning world champions is sure to send fans into a frenzy.

It is true that few would bet against Germany turning things round in their remaining games against Sweden and South Korea, but all is clearly not right with the four-times winners.

"We talked a lot, such meetings are good, it's a liberating feeling and the outlines came from the coach".

"We had drawn up a plan six months back or so".

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"The coach knows the situation that we are in now". Midfielder Marco Fabian encouraged fans to employ different chants and cited concerns that they might not be allowed into Mexico's remaining games in Russian Federation. "Due to injuries, we had to change some of our protagonists, but we always thought of having two fast players on the wing", Osorio said.

"This is an experienced team".

Top-selling German daily Bild declared on their website: "Embarrassing performance against Mexico: this crash causes us World Cup worry".

When counter-attacks poured through the middle of the German ranks in the first half, experienced defensive midfielders Toni Kroos and Sami Khedira, who was taken off after an hour, failed to stem the flow.

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The 2014 World Cup winners were heavily criticised following the defeat, with ex-players slamming their performance, while numerous squad members admitted that they had not been good enough.

FIFA has opened an investigation for the latest incident of Mexico fans using the chant, despite FIFA on multiple occasions fining the Mexican federation (FMF), which has launched educational campaigns to try to stop its use. "It made us look at the instruments, since measuring these signals are often too small to distinguish".

"Overall we had our chances but did not score". Known for their superb defense, the Serbians needed just one goal, a superb free-kick in the 56th minute by left-back Aleksandar Kolarov, to beat the Costa Ricans one-nil and scoop all three points from their first Group E match.

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