Korea finished this year's World Cup defying overwhelming odds.
Germany's exit has no bearing on England preparations for the World Cup latter stages and they will be going all out to win their final Group G match against Belgium, coach Gareth Southgate said on Wednesday.
Ecstatic Mexican football fans besieged the South Korean embassy in Mexico City and celebrated with diplomats after the Taeguk Warriors' stunning victory over Germany put El Tri into the World Cup last 16. Once the goal was counted there was pandemonium inside the Spartak Stadium Media Centre where Brazilian journalists, who were preparing for their country's match with Serbia, shouted in excitement as the defending champions became former champions. They will come back.
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She said the incident left her "heart wrenched" and acknowledged in an interview with SF Gate that she regretted her actions. The Instagram post was viewed more than 900,000 times by Sunday morning, while the Twitter post was retweeted 65,000 times.
They are now joint-fourth favourites with France, behind only Brazil, Spain and group opponents Belgium. There is a lot of energy and emotions but we want to be positive and concentrate on the right stuff. "We will see who feels the less pressure, the less emotional".
Asked about Kim's strike, which was allowed after Toni Kroos was adjudged to have played the ball backwards, Low said: "The player was in an offside position - that's what I saw". "They are a strong rival that beat Germany and Korea and qualified at the expense of Germany".
"Actually not everything has gone as planned in this group for us", Shin said.
Mexican soccer fans around the world were celebrating with Korean fans after South Korea's upset of Germany helped Mexico advance to the knockout stage of the World Cup.
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Winning the group with three straight victories will be a good sign, but getting past the next round is the ultimate goal . South Korea's president Moon Jae-in is set to be attendance, which Shin feels will be "very encouraging for our players".
After the game, coach Joachim Low refused to lay blame exclusively on Ozil.
The German coach said all other players are available, including playmaker Mesut Ozil and midfielder Sami Khedira, who were dropped from the starting lineup against Sweden.
South Korea unfortunately were knocked out despite recording one of the biggest shocks in tournament history.
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They make you feel like a criminal because you lost a game". "An elbow is a red card in the rules". Maradona is in Russian Federation to support Argentina during the tournament.