FIFA World Cup2018: Germany beat Sweden by 2-1 at the Sochi Olympic Stadium

FIFA World Cup2018: Germany beat Sweden by 2-1 at the Sochi Olympic Stadium

In the ongoing FIFA World Cup in Russia, today’s champion Germany beat Sweden by 2-1. For Germany, defender Toni Kroos gave success to the squad in the last minute by achieved a free kick. With this triumph, hopes of departure to knockout of Germany are still alive. The next match is to play with Korea, which also has to prevail.

After the second Yellow Card received by defender Jerome Boateng, it was hard to win the match against Germany in 10 players. But Toni Kroos achieved a luminous goal to come back the current champion Germany to the World Cup on the free kick found in Injury time. After getting twice yellow cards, Jerome Boateng will not be able to play next match.

Earlier, from the very opening of the game, Germany looked quite violent. But in the 32nd minute of the match, Sweden broke strong German defense and achieved the first goal with a 1-0 lead. After the first half ended, Germany needed to do something special in the second half. With the begin of the second half, Germany’s attacker, Marco Reus, equaled the team. In the 48th minute, Marco Reus achieved a wonderful goal in the 48th minute to score the squads achieve against Sweden 1-1.

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