Germany crash out of World Cup group stage after defeated by to South Korea
Germany, the 2014 World Cup winners, are out of the 2018 competition in the wake of losing South Korea in their final group game. The 2-0 crush, kindness of Kim Young-gwon and Son Heung-min's injury-time goals, combined with Sweden's prevail upon Mexico, implies Germany exit at the main obstacle out of the blue since 1938.
In an even first half, South Korea came nearest to breaking the stop. Jung Woo-youthful's nineteenth-moment free-kick was spilled by Manuel Neuer in the six-yard box yet the Germany goalkeeper responded speediest to package the ball away as Son Heung-min shut in. After six minutes Son again was close, volleying high and wide after Germany neglected to clear Jung's cross.
Sweden journey to win over Mexico as both fit the bill for World Cup last 16
Jo Hyeon-charm very much spared Leon Goretzka's header right off the bat in the second half, and Timo Werner lashed wide when all around put. In the interim, Ludwig Augustinsson's goal for Sweden in Ekaterinburg implied the champions were going out as it stood.
Germany expanded the weight as the half wore on yet stayed helpless on the break and attempted to make some distinct possibilities. For sure as the clock ticked down, South Korea showed up maybe more inclined to break the gridlock, even though Mats Hummels missed a fine late opportunity to win with a header.
Be that as it may, with Germany's endeavors winding up progressively distracted, South Korea found their very own victor. In the second moment of stoppage time, a South Korea corner dropped Kim Young-gwon, who turned home past Neuer. In the 6th moment of stoppage time, Son included another, tapping back into an unfilled net after Neuer had been gotten upfield in a late attack.
The exit of Jogi Löw's side means for the third progressive competition the reigning champions have gone out in the group stages, after Spain's initial exit in 2014 and Italy's in 2010.
In spite of the famous win, South Korea likewise leave the competition, with Sweden best of the group and Mexico second. Germany total base, with Korea third.