Ecstatic Mexican fans besieged the South Korean embassy in their capital to celebrate with diplomats after the Asian team stunned Germany at the World Cup and ensured Mexico's progress to the last 16 in Russian Federation.
Germany won last year's Confederations Cup in Russian Federation even though Loew opted to leave his World Cup-winning stars at home, boosting his reputation further.
A 0-0 draw would be fine, but if Germany scored, Mexico would be eliminated.
The lone South Korean fan was tossed into the air, crowd surfed and was encircled by a crowd of absolutely bloody thrilled Mexicans. Now Germany are the latest victims, and it's still quite hard to believe that Die Mannschaft finished bottom of a group with Sweden, Mexico and South Korea.
Germany will be back in action on Wednesday when they face South Korea in their final Group F encounter.
Spain followed with defeats to Holland and Chile putting them out after two games in 2014.
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"It was not only Ozil, but some other players also did not perform as they usually would".
As you may be aware, the World Cup is taking place this summer in Russian Federation.
Now, Germany boss Low has admitted that Ozil was one of a handful of players who failed to deliver for the world champions at this summer's tournament in Russian Federation.
"Mexico really let me down".
Not once did he try to open up the space in central midfield or try to open up the opposition defence with a simple run or dribble.
"We worked as a team", he said. "I don't know exactly why we didn't manage to play the way we want to play". "We had high expectations for ourselves but I don't think we could fulfil them in any of the three games", he said. I'm incredibly disappointed by this elimination'.