“Sometimes you get rewarded”
Oh, my God, that was important! Toni Kroos scores a free-kick from the left corner of the penalty area in the fifth minute of injury time. Germany wins 2:1 against Sweden in the very last second. Our World Cup hope lives on.
German national coach Joachim Löw said after the match on ARD television: “The victory came about happily in injury time and outnumbered. In the end it was already deserved, because we believed in ourselves, stayed with us. We have shown good morals. Actually, Sweden had only two options. Such a mistake happens to a player like Toni Kroos. “I am very happy that he scored the goal.”
Jogi’s boys stagger long against Sweden. But then Reus and Kroos come and bring back hope.
Thanks to Kroos, there’s still something going on!
The national coach is going into the match with four changes in comparison to the 0:1 against Mexico:
Rüdiger for Hummels, Rudy for Khedira, Hector for Plattenhardt and Reus for Özil.