All-action Mexico lead Germany 1-0 at halftime

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The Institute of Geological and Atmospheric Investigations said that highly sensitive quake sensors detected tremors at two sites in Mexico City "possibly because of mass jumping". "We played as we did against Saudi Arabia, but against a better opponent", Hummels told reporters after the match, according to ZDF.

Mexico supporter Simon Pulido and Germany supporter Thorsten Gohl break down Mexico's 1-0 upset of defending World Cup champion Germany in Russian Federation over the weekend.

Germany is bidding to become the first team to retain the World Cup title since Brazil in 1962.

The first half proved decisive.

"This victory matters because it gives us the opportunity to express the joy we all carry inside as Mexicans, which we were unable to release and express due to all the bad news, the politics [and] the natural disasters", Lucía Colunga said.

"They're a very strong team with wonderful players and very well managed".

When the final whistle mercifully sounded, Ochoa, too exhausted to move, stood in front of his goal wearing a look more of relief than joy as he wiped a gloved hand across this face. "The team has enough experience to deal with it and we will rise again".

Winners of the previous World Cup have been finding it hard to get out of the group stage in recent tournaments.

The PSV winger scored his eighth worldwide goal and was in no doubt about the importance of his impact against Germany.

"We were nervous and we weren't playing the game we wanted to play", Loew said. "It wasn't my boyfriend or my husband, so as long as they continue to play well, who cares".

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Germany's Manuel Neuer concedes as Mexico's Hirving Lozano scores their first goal.

"It's definitely the best goal I've ever scored in my entire life". If they can grasp that then I think we have a good chance of winning. "It saddened me to take him off, but that was always our plan".

El Tri is now preparing for its second match of Group F on Saturday in Rostov against South Korea and although Osorio is known for his rotation policy, the 56-year-old is unlikely to change things too much, with five full days between the two games.

"This is a great game. We can not rely just on our quality".

The Mexican fans in Russian Federation and back home won't have to be quite as responsible in their revelry. "The ball didn't go in the goal, and sometimes they were a bit too quick in finishing, did not take their time, did not keep their cool".

There was also the unscripted noise, that incredible boom that rattles the brain, created by tens of thousands of Mexican soccer supporters, many from homes in the United States, who have journeyed extraordinary distances to watch perhaps the country's most capable team.

This was the first time a German side had lost their opening game of the World Cup since the West Germans lost to Algeria in 1982.

The five-time champions were held to a 1-1 draw by Switzerland on Sunday, a few hours after four-time champion Germany was beaten by Mexico 1-0.

Brazil midfielder Philippe Coutinho opened the scoring in the 20th minute, with a stylish volley that beat goalkeeper Yann Sommer, bouncing in off the right post. Mexican referee Cesar Ramos dismissed complaints that Zuber had shoved defender Miranda before getting to the corner from Xherdan Shaqiri. There is video of what happened and the referee could have seen it. "We suffered a lot to get this result".