#WC2018: Hernandez nets as Mexico sees off South Korea

Kristopher Nichols
June 26, 2018

Durmaz was born in Sweden to ethnic Assyrian parents who emigrated from Turkey.

At the end of the message, Durmaz turned behind him, and, in a moving show of solidarity his colleagues responded with a statement that showed exactly what they thought of their friend's tormentors. "It is completely unacceptable".

The good news for Loew is that Hummels is likely to return for the final group game after being forced to sit out Saturday's match with a neck problem.

Timo Werner may still be waiting for his first goal in Russian Federation but the Germany forward insists "no money in the world" can replace representing his country at a World Cup.

"One thing that had a great impact on me was how Americans approach the games", he said.

After the game, Durmaz faced a barrage of abuse on social media, including racist insults and death threats.

But Kroos had other ideas, stepping up in the 95th minute to curl a free-kick from the left edge of the penalty area into the top corner, beating the despairing dive of Robin Olsen, who had been outstanding in the Swedish goal. "He's a football almanac, he lives for football and the Mexican players".

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"It was just bad luck, " Sweden forward John Guidetti said.

If Sweden beats Mexico on Wednesday and Germany beats South Korea, three teams would be tied atop Group F with six points, sending it to tiebreakers that start with the best goal differential.

"Our defensive players have lost confidence and that's very unfortunate, he said". "Now we need to try to find a way to win the last match".

"If we have the (VAR) system, it's very unfortunate that he (the referee) can feel so secure in the moment that he doesn't go and have a look at the situation, " Andersson said. "But when we play a team that sit as deep as Sweden did, playing wide allows you to pick up some more momentum running at defenders".

Mexico have failed to get beyond the last 16 since 1986, when they reached the quarter-finals as tournament hosts. The player posted the clip on his Instagram account.

Anchor: South Korea will be looking to make FIFA World Cup history this week as it seeks to become the first team to progress to the last-16 stage of the 32-team tournament after losing its first two games.

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