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 By Reuters

FIFA opens disciplinary case against German officials accused of 'rubbing it in'

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.
Germany is able to find a injury time winner against Sweden, Lukaku-Hazard scores brace and Mexico continues its winning form.
Belgium's hot start at the World Cup leads the FC crew to examine their status among the contenders and whether they can go farther than Germany.
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.

FIFA has opened disciplinary proceedings against two German team officials who stormed towards the Sweden bench gesticulating and clapping after the defending World Cup champions' last-gasp Group F victory on Saturday.

Team media officer Ulrich Voigt and a German FA (DFB) employee in charge of the DFB office for the national team, Georg Behlau, charged towards the Sweden bench pumping their fists when Toni Kroos' stoppage-time goal gave Germany a 2-1 victory.

The Swedish coaching staff and reserve...

 By Reuters

Sweden's Jimmy Durmaz racially abused via social media after World Cup defeat

ESPN FC's Mark Ogden offers his instant analysis from outside Fisht Stadium in Sochi following Germany's win over Sweden.
ESPN FC's Mark Ogden offers his instant analysis from outside Fisht Stadium in Sochi following Germany's win over Sweden.
ESPN FC's Mark Ogden offers his instant analysis from outside Fisht Stadium in Sochi following Germany's win over Sweden.
ESPN FC's Mark Ogden offers his instant analysis from outside Fisht Stadium in Sochi following Germany's win over Sweden.

SOCHI, Russia -- Jimmy Durmaz and his fellow Sweden players took a strong stand against racism after the Swedish FA complained to police about a storm of racial hatred and threats aimed at the winger following his late mistake against Germany on Saturday.

Substitute Durmaz gave away the stoppage-time free kick that led to Toni Kroos's stunning late winner in the Group F clash, and the stream of invective on the 29-year-old's Instagram account began almost as soon as the goal was scored.

The Swedes...

 By Reuters

Sweden boss Janne Andersson accuses Germany bench of 'rubbing in' win

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.
The Kwese Sports studio crew break down Toni Kroos' game-winning goal and how Julian Brandt's late introduction spurred Germany to victory over Sweden.
Sweden were seconds from earning a draw against Germany, until Toni Kroos took matters into his own hands with a spectacular free kick.
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.

Sweden coach Janne Andersson hit out at the German bench for "rubbing in" their victory as they celebrated Toni Kroos' stoppage-time winner in Germany's 2-1 World Cup Group F triumph on Saturday.

There was a confrontation between members of both teams on the sideline at midfield and the two groups had to be separated.

"Some of the German leaders of the team celebrated by running in our direction and rubbing in to our faces by making gestures, and that really got me annoyed and angry," said the Sweden...

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...