Loew considers quitting after Germany's shock World Cup exit

Loew considers quitting after Germany's shock World Cup exit

Loew considers quitting after Germany's shock World Cup exit

Joachim Loew is safe in his role as Germany coach even if the defending champions exit the World Cup early, the boss of the German FA said ahead of Wednesday's crunch clash against South Korea.

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Reus is quoted as saying by the Daily Star: "It just shows that Mesut, despite not playing, is with the team, and is there for us". It happened to other nations before. We have to be disappointed in ourselves after such a tournament.

And Boateng, who missed the game as a result of his sending off against Sweden, has written an apology to Germany fans for their "disaster" and promising analysis into what went wrong would follow.

He then suggested that Mexico might be happier facing Brazil than Switzerland, who they would have met if they had won the group. "We've definitely grown since the last match".

Soccer Football - World Cup - Group F - South Korea v Germany - Berlin, Germany - June 27, 2018 - Germany fans react as they watch the match at a public viewing area at Brandenburg Gate. They were still in position to advance despite trailing Sweden, but they were waiting - some with tears in their eyes - for Germany to do the inevitable and ruin their chances of moving on.

Nervous Germany increased the pressure after the break and poured forward but despite a one-sided second half they could not find the back of the net before South Korea's last-gasp double.

"They've been in office for nearly the same length of time, like eating Cordon bleu together". "The situation is very hard to put into words". "I couldn't imagine we would lose to South Korea".

"I bear the responsibility for the exit but I thought we put out a good team today", he added.

He was convinced that the bank in which the Italian FA had stored the World Cup would not be secure and thus he pinched it and kept the priceless trophy under his bed in a shoebox to keep it safe during the war.

Low appeared to get some calls right, notably dropping Ozil and Sami Khedira after poor games in the opening defeat against Mexico.

Korean goalkeeper Cho Hyun-woo starts the celebration as German players realise their World Cup is over after a 100-minute match ending in a 2-0 victory for South Korea. And as a thank you note to South Korea, Mexican Airlines Company Aeroméxico has offered a special deal for Korean customers flying out of Mexico City.

Mexico's Edson Alvarez had an own goal in the 74th minute.

Former captain Lothar Matthaus, who lifted the World Cup with West Germany in 1990, wrote on Twitter: 'This is a very sad afternoon'.

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