Soccer / mexicogermany

Brazil, tied; Germany, beaten by Mexico
Germany vs Mexico - Image Source ROSTOV-ON-DON, Russia (AP) - Including the Brazil in 'heavyweights' with not so good start in World Cup. Switzerland have powered the five-time champion in 1-1 draw this Sunday (Monday in Manila), hours after Mexico beat the four-time champion Germany, 1-0. Brazil get the 1-0 advance by Philippe Coutinho, played for the first time in World Cup, in 12th minute, but tied by Swiss when infiltrated by Steven Zuber the defense of Brazilian on the 50th minute. Not accepted by Mexican referee Cesar Ramos the complaint that Zuber pushed the defending Miranda to get the pass in the corner to teammate Xherdan Shaqiri. “I was pushed out of the way. There is video of what happened and the referee could have seen it. But it didn’t happen,” said by Miranda. “We got a draw but this is only the beginning for us. We knew this game wasn’t going to be easy.” Ramos also didn't give the penalty in the second half when Gabriel Jesus wrestle Switzerland defender Manuel Akanji. The game ended with given three yellow cards to Swiss team and 10 on overall 14 fouls on team was achieved to stop Brazilian star Neymar. “Of course, neutralizing Neymar was a key ingredient of our game,” told by Switzerland coach Vladimir Petkovic he added. The same with Brazil, Germany is also hard to get through. And suprised the dissapointment of 2014 champions and ranked No.1 in world in the hands of Mexicans. “We will make it,” said confidently by Germany coach Joachim Loew. “There’s no reason to fall apart because you lose one game.” Recorded by forward Hirving Lozano the only goal on game in the 35th minute after the pass of Javier Hernandez. “I don’t know if it’s the biggest victory in (Mexico’s) history, but one of the biggest for sure,” said by Lozano. “My teammates and I did some great work. We all ran our hearts out. This is the result of all that hard work.” Source

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