"We aspire to win a World Cup this time", said Miguel Paez, a 31-year-old who donned a Mexican wrestling mask in the colors of the national flag as he celebrated on Mexico City's main avenue, Paseo de la Reforma. "Our team has experience of dealing with losses, the next match will be decisive and we have to win it".
He adds: "We are so polarized and against each other these days, with the elections and everything else going on, that this brings us back together and makes us feel like things are possible".
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"In terms of the performance, I don't think we need to change players".
And when the young PSG talent turned Hummels in with a touch of grace in the 35 minute Germany had been left completely exposed at the back with Neuer at his mercy. "I can not say why it was missing but from our body language and readiness of the past, it was not on the pitch".
Germany captain Manuel Neuer said on Tuesday (Jun 19) that his side's two remaining World Cup group games are now effectively finals and revealed frank words were exchanged in the team camp as the holders fight to stay in the tournament.
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We played exactly like we did against Saudi Arabia (when Germany won 2-1) only against a better opponent.
The street parties are still ongoing Sunday afternoon in Mexico.
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