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World Cup update: Germany Loses to Mexico

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The world cup has been living up to expectation with some enthralling and shocking results. Germany joins the list of world cup holders to lose their opening match.

We have already told you about France’s result against Australia Pogba Strikes for france.

Saturday saw Argentina where held to a draw by the cold nation Iceland. Lionel Messi missed a second-half penalty as Iceland secured a famous 1-1 draw with Argentina in their Group D clash on Saturday.

Lionel messi penalty miss
Lionel messi penalty miss

Sergio Aguero opened the scoring after just 19 minutes with a brilliant finish, the Manchester City striker’s first goal at the World Cup in his third tournament.

Peru lost to Denmark by a lone goal.
Denmark took advantage of some sloppy Peru finishing – including a missed penalty – to win their opening World Cup Group C clash 1-0.
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Yussuf Poulsen got the decisive goal (59) but Peru only had themselves to blame as they squandered a plethora of chances, most notably when Christian Cueva blazed over a first-half penalty, which was awarded after a VAR review.

Then came the our own nation’s outing. Nigeria lost to Croatia by 2 goals.
Croatia sit top of World Cup Group D after a comfortable 2-0 win over Nigeria in Kaliningrad on Saturday evening.

Zlatko Dalic’s side took the lead in fortunate circumstances when Mario Mandzukic’s 32nd-minute header from a Luka Modric corner was deflected into his own net by the unfortunate Oghenekaro Etebo.

Modric secured the win from the penalty spot 19 minutes from time after William Troost-Ekong needlessly fouled Mandzukic at a corner.

On Sunday afternoon, Kolarov stunner saw off Costa Rica
Aleksandar Kolarov’s brilliant second-half free-kick saw Serbia beat Costa Rica 1-0 in their opening Group E contest on Sunday.

Germany stunned by magic Mexico
Germany’s defence of the World Cup started with defeat as Mexico secured a pulsating 1-0 victory in Moscow on Sunday.

More is coming as Brazil starts their world tonight


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