Sweden coach Janne Andersson calls Germany behaviour 'scornful'

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If Sweden fail to win, Germany and Mexico will advance, if Sweden win by more than one goal, they win the group, Germany go through in second.

South Korea will face reigning champions Germany in their do-or-die World Cup match on Wednesday without injured captain Ki Sung Yueng.

Praising out-of-form Thomas Muller as a player "who looks ahead after two bad games, an important player for us", he added that both Arsenal's Mesut Ozil and Juve's Sami Khedira showed a good reaction in training after remaining on the bench during the win against Sweden.

Indeed, a draw would be enough for Germany - if Sweden lose to Mexico, or Sweden and Mexico play to lower-scoring draw.

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That equalled the best appearance by Mexico at a World Cup.

Two days of high-octane drama have seen Portugal go from winning the group to coming within inches of being knocked out, while Argentina needed a center-back to score four minutes from time to extend their stay in Russian Federation. "There was a lot of feelings, we had just let in a goal and lost the game, so it was pretty sour", Jansson said.

"All I am saying is people behaved in ways you don't, you cheer when you win, you leave the opponents to feel sad, you don't react in the way they did". "That got me angry", said Andersson. They played two games and have two wins and well done. There are no matches featuring both teams needing a draw to make it through. Coach Janne Andersson told the media that they wanted to discuss the "completely unacceptable" situation that developed after the match.

Sweden's midfielder Jimmy Durmaz (L) and Sweden's midfielder Sebastian Larsson (R) react at the end of the Russian Federation 2018 World Cup Group F football match between Germany and Sweden at the Fisht Stadium in Sochi on 23 June 2018. It's clear there is a strong mentality.

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Switzerland found itself scrutinized following its 2-1 victory over Serbia because three of its players used the match to make political statements.

"There is an excessive responsibility on him in terms of success and that is not the way to go", said Tite.

If Serbia beat Brazil they definitely qualify but a draw could see them through if the Swiss are beaten by Costa Rica by more than one goal.

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