Mexico stuns holders Germany in opener

Mexico are ready to cause a major upset says coach Juan Carlos Osorio

Mexico are ready to cause a major upset says coach Juan Carlos Osorio

SIMMSA, a "seismic monitoring network" in Mexico, tweeted that at least two sensors inside the capital city detected a quake just after 11:30 a.m.

Germany boss Joachim Low agreed with Hummels, saying Germany "played badly", gave Mexico too much space, lost too many balls and rushed chances.

Mexico scored a monumental upset Sunday by beating defending World Cup champion Germany. courtesy of a brilliant counter attack that culminated with Hirving Lozano's goal.

Germany have never failed to advance beyond the group stage at a World Cup, but Loew's side must regroup quickly ahead of their next game against Sweden on June 23 in Sochi.

Germany have lost just once in 11 matches against Mexico and have beaten them in all five of their meetings at major worldwide tournaments, including a 4-1 drubbing in last year's Confederations Cup. "They are all really, really fast but we will not change our style of play", Osorio said. "There is no need to break out in panic just because we have lost a match".

"The team has experience dealing with losses".

"We were warned (in the warm-up games)". We have to win. It is the only way we know how to play. "We weren't able to impose our usual way of playing, our attacking and passing was not effective".

"When it came to passing, we were a bit negligent, which is quite unfamiliar when I look at this team".

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