While the exuberant, post-match celebrations by Germany's coaching staff upset Sweden, they belied the champions' desire to show the rest of the world that their business in Russian Federation is far from over.
Neuer was also one of the main speakers during the crisis meeting that followed the loss against Mexico.
"Our defensive players have lost confidence and that's very unfortunate, he said".
"I am proud to play in the Swedish national team", Durmaz said.
Germany's dramatic victory brought the World Cup holders back from the brink of likely elimination and means there is everything to play for in Group F, with all four teams retaining hopes of qualification.More news: Instagram rivals YouTube, unveils 'IGTV' mobile app for hour-long videos
Nearly instantaneously, Durmaz's social media accounts were awash with vicious, spiteful comments, many - sadly, predictably - in reference to his Turkish heritage.
Jimmy Durmaz and his fellow Sweden players took a strong stand against racism after the Swedish FA complained to police about a storm of racial hatred and threats aimed at the winger following his late mistake against Germany on Saturday.
"I agree with Toni that many in Germany wanted us to go out in the first round", said Reus.
- Sweden's Ola Toivonen did not score in 23 matches for Toulouse in Ligue 1 in the 2017-18, failing with all 19 of his shots - at the 2018 World Cup, Toivonen has scored one goal from just two shots.
"It's nothing I'm bothered about", he said.More news: Catholic priest slaps infant across the face before baptizing him
Mexico 2-1 Sweden, with Mexico topping group F and going into the round of 16 with bags of confidence.
South Korean players (in red and green) react to a goal scored by Javier Hernandez of Mexico (not pictured) during Mexico's 2-1 victory in Group F action at the FIFA World Cup in Russian Federation at Rostov Arena in Rostov-on-Don on June 23, 2018.
Germany, looking far sharper than they did in their opening defeat against Mexico, piled forward and eventually earned their reward when Marco Reus reacted quickly to turn the ball in shortly after the interval. "We have to win and not just 1-0".
Backed by his team mates, coaches and staff, he read out a prepared statement at their training ground.
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