Germany survived an omnipotent terrify to keep their World Cup trusts alive, beating Sweden 2-1 having trailed at half-time, because of Toni Kroos' strike in included time. Annihilation would have implied end however now, with South Korea their last rivals, Joachim Löw's side will be confident of making the knockout stage.
Sweden led the pack through Ola Toivonen in the 31st moment. Germany lost ownership in midfield, Kroos the responsible party, and Sweden assaulted down the right. Viktor Claesson selected Toivonen with an excellent cross, and the striker took the ball on his chest and after that hurled it sublimely finished the onrushing Manuel Neuer with his right foot.
Germany, who had needed to supplant Sebastian Rudy with Ilkay Gündogan because of an inadvertent conflict with Toivonen, was shocked and it could without much of a stretch have been more regrettable considerably time. In included time, Larsson whipped in a free-kick, and Berg looked a header towards the far corner, just for Neuer to turn it aside.
Marco Reus evened out three minutes after the break. Timo Werner kept running at Sweden on the left and headed to the byline. He manoeuvred a cross into the six-yard box which Gomez couldn't make anything of it; however, Reus charged in front of Ludwig Augustinsson and turned it past a defenceless Robin Olsen with his left knee.
Sweden was shaken for a minute, and Kroos rapidly had a redirected shot turn wide. Be that as it may, the game before long turned out to be even once more.
Boateng was then reserved twice with hardly a pause in between, the second in befuddling conditions after the official at first appeared to have chosen not to demonstrate a yellow.
The 10 men put forth a valiant effort however it looked as though they couldn't discover a route past Olsen, with Julian Brandt's strike against the post in included time.
In any case, at that point, with the five minutes of stoppages everything except up, a free-kick was taken by Kroos and contacted back to him, and he nestled into a dazzling shot.
Gathering F finishes up on Wednesday when Mexico play Sweden in Ekaterinburg and Germany play South Korea in Kazan.