Germany can still win World Cup, insists Werner

18 June, 2018, 15:42 | Author: Malcolm Quinn
  • Germany's Thomas Muller during training. Lisi Niesner Reuters

Mexico's fans celebrate victory of their team after the match.

Timo Werner insists Germany can still win the World Cup despite losing the opening game of their title defence 1-0 to Mexico.

All the Mexicans who were jumping nonstop in the Mexico City's main square after the goal created an 'artificial natural disaster for 7 seconds at two parts of the capital city, according to a report by Institute of Geological and Atmospheric Investigations, Mexico. Hirving Lozano's first-half goal was the difference between the two sides in an enthralling encounter in Moscow.

The report said that the massive celebrations set off natural disaster detectors and throngs registered a highly sensitive quake. It called them an "artificial" quake.


He also said he could now dream of Mexico reaching the next stage along with 15 other teams, getting a shot at reaching the quarter- and semi-finals before the final match.

It was yet another day in the FIFA World Cup 2018 in which the big guns failed to fire. "We already have a wall". "It's me Angela. Please build the wall".

Munich-based newspaper Sueddeutsche Zeitung agreed with "There are reasons to worry" over a picture of the dejected German team, who need to beat Sweden and South Korea to be sure of going through.

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