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Toni Kroos gets redemption to give Germany belief, fill opponents with fear

Ten-man Germany survived an almighty scare to avoid crashing out of the World Cup, coming from behind to defeat Sweden in a pulsating affair in Sochi.
Ten-man Germany survived an almighty scare to avoid crashing out of the World Cup, coming from behind to defeat Sweden in a pulsating affair in Sochi.
The ESPN FC panel share their thoughts on Germany's last-minute win against Sweden, a decision that brought them back from the brink of a World Cup exit.
ESPN FC's Mark Ogden offers his instant analysis from outside Fisht Stadium in Sochi following Germany's last-gasp win over Sweden.

SOCHI, Russia -- The Germans had given up. Supporters, male and female, young and old, were sat high in the stands at the Fisht Stadium with their smudged red, black and yellow face paint, waiting for the final whistle to confirm that Joachim Low's world champions were on the brink of World Cup elimination.

Some had tears in their eyes. This doesn't happen to Germany; group-stage elimination at the World Cup has been something that happens only to other nations -- like England -- since they...

 By Tom Marshall

Javier Hernandez has Mexico 'imagining amazing things' at this World Cup

Chicharito scored his 50th goal for Mexico in their 2-1 win over South Korea to remain top of Group F heading into their final match versus Sweden.
Mexico continue their unbeaten start to the World Cup with a 2-1 win over South Korea courtesy of goals from Carlos Vela and Chicharito.
With Group F still wide open after Germany's late heroics, Seb Salazar and Herc Gomez feel Mexico must keep full steam ahead versus Sweden.
ESPN's Tom Marshall shares his thoughts on Mexico's success so far in the World Cup and how they aim to top the group by beating Sweden.
After Mexico made it two wins from two, Stevie Nicol forecasts how far El Tri's work rate and quality can continue to take them in Russia.

ROSTOV-ON-DON, Russia -- It has not been an easy 2018 for Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez. There had been no goals for Mexico, and a difficult period with club side West Ham United under David Moyes had once again fueled speculation surrounding his future.

But the striker finally managed to reach the 50-goal mark for El Tri on Saturday, becoming the first player in Mexico history to do so. Hernandez's 87-year-old grandfather, Tomas Balcazar, who featured for Mexico at the 1954 World Cup, was in...

Toni Kroos' late stunner puts Germany back in last-16 contention after beating Sweden

ESPN FC's Mark Ogden offers his instant analysis from outside Fisht Stadium in Sochi following Germany's last-gasp win over Sweden.
The ESPN FC panel share their thoughts on Germany's last-minute win against Sweden, a decision that brought them back from the brink of a World Cup exit.
Ten-man Germany survived an almighty scare to avoid crashing out of the World Cup, coming from behind to defeat Sweden in a pulsating affair in Sochi.

SOCHI, Russia -- Three points on Germany's dramatic 2-1 comeback win against Sweden at the World Cup.

1. Kroos stunner bails out Low and Germany

Toni Kroos kept Germany alive at Russia 2018 with a stunning winner five minutes into stoppage time against Sweden, but the world champions may still need to beat South Korea in their final group game to reach the knockout stages of the competition.

In a pulsating Group F clash in Sochi, Sweden claimed a first-half lead through Ola Toivonen that left...

 By Tom Marshall

Mexico's Carlos Vela finds World Cup redemption as El Tri on the brink of knockouts

With Group F still wide open after Germany's late heroics, Seb Salazar and Herc Gomez feel Mexico must keep full steam ahead versus Sweden.
After Mexico made it two wins from two, Stevie Nicol forecasts how far El Tri's work rate and quality can continue to take them in Russia.
ESPN's Tom Marshall shares his thoughts on Mexico's success so far in the World Cup and how they aim to top the group by beating Sweden.

ROSTOV-ON-DON, Russia -- Three thoughts from Rostov Arena as Mexico defeated South Korea 2-1 to take control of Group F at the 2018 World Cup with goals from Carlos Vela and Javier Hernandez.

1. Vela pulls the strings for rampant Mexico

Vela had a long wait to step up and strike Mexico's 26th minute opener past Jo Hyeon-Woo from the penalty spot. Who knows what was going through his mind? Perhaps a more emotional character mind would've thought about four years ago and the abuse he took when he...

 By Sam Borden

Romelu Lukaku has Belgium's World Cup stars raising expectations

Belgium hit five goals past Tunisia, but will the 'golden generation' be able to keep this up against England in their final group match?
Romelu Lukaku scored a pair of goals for a second straight match and Eden Hazard scored two of his own as Belgium dominate Tunisia 5-2.
Belgium scored five goals in their win over Tunisia, but Steve Nicol says their issues at the back could prove costly in the World Cup.
ESPN's Nick Ames shares his thoughts on Belgium's dominant display against Tunisia which saw them top group G.

MOSCOW -- The first thing you notice is his size. Romelu Lukaku isn't the tallest player on Belgium, but he is, for sure, the stoutest. He is sturdy and thick, the sort of presence that looms so large it feels like his shadow might swallow you. His shoulders are waterslides children could play on. His feet are so large (size 13 1/2) that Juan Mata, a regular-sized teammate at Manchester United, once tried his boots on and they looked like clown shoes.

The only thing wispy about him is his beard.

The...

 By Nick Ames

Romelu Lukaku tops Golden Boot race with Ronaldo as Belgium cruise

Belgium scored five goals in their win over Tunisia, but Steve Nicol says their issues at the back could prove costly in the World Cup.
ESPN's Nick Ames shares his thoughts on Belgium's dominant display against Tunisia which saw them top group G.
Anthony Richardson and Ian Fiveankles return to talk Neymar's tears, German nerves and Julian Draxler's dislike of daylight.

MOSCOW - Three thoughts on Belgium's stylish 5-2 victory over Tunisia.

1. Belgium entertain as they go atop Group G

Belgium continue to roll on sleekly and smoothly, impervious to the issues faced by many of their fellow contenders. They could have beaten Tunisia by far more here, playing some of the most incisive football this World Cup has seen so far.

Two goals apiece from Eden Hazard and Romelu Lukaku, along with one from Michy Batshuayi, did the job and, while the distinctly moderate quality...