"In the first half we played very badly".
Federation Internationale de Football Association has opened disciplinary proceedings against Mexico after its fans used an anti-gay slur during the team's 1-0 win over Germany. "Mexico needs to shout", he said, jumping up and down.
Brazil's Neymar, the most expensive soccer player on the planet, fared no better as he made his competitive return after a lengthy injury absence against Switzerland.
As a blog post by SIMMSA researchers explains, even while the ground shakes in these sorts of events, it still only creates a very minor natural disaster compared to actual seismic activity, and generally can only be detected by sensitive equipment, or instruments located near the mass jumping. "We don't need another one", Neuer said.
"I'm actually quite sad and quite surprised", she said.
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After Lozano's goal, Mexico goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa pulled off a spectacular save to keep the score even, palming Toni Kroos' shot onto the crossbar. "We have a pessimist culture in Mexico, but we have a tough mentality".
"Indeed it is disappointing to have lost the first match, it's a situation we are not used to at all, in the many tournaments before we always won the first match but we have to accept this situation".
"It's an unfamiliar situation", he said, while insisting the team "has enough experience to not go under with one defeat".
The result leaves Germany three points behind Mexico and Sweden in the table, with their upcoming clash with Sweden on June 23 now a must-win game.
Brazil, and their star Neymar, made their bow in Russian Federation in Rostov-on-Don but gutsy Switzerland battled back to cancel out a Philippe Coutinho strike midway through the first half of the Group E tie. Germany had the majority of the possession, but could not find a way through a determined Mexico defence, being undone by a quick counter-attack which left defenders exposed.
Real Madrid midfielder Toni Kroos joined Hummels in demanding an improved performance when Germany take on South Korea on Wednesday in Kazan.