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FIFA World Cup 2018: South Korea 2 - 0 Germany | Defending Champions Germany Have Been Eliminated

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FIFA World Cup 2018: South Korea 2 - 0 Germany | Defending Champions Germany Have Been Eliminated
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Defending champions Germany have been eliminated from the 2018 World Cup in the wake of losing to South Korea in Kazan. 

Kim Young-gwon's 92nd-minute goal, granted after a video aide official choice, left four-time champs Germany on the precarious edge of disposal. 

At that point six minutes into stoppage time, with Germany goalkeeper Manuel Neuer under lock and key in the adversaries' half, Ju Se-jong picked up control of the ball, propelled it forward and Son Heung-min took advantage of an unfilled net to score the second. 

It is the first run through since 1938 that a Germany or West Germany side has not progressed past the main area of the competition, as Joachim Low's side - best of Fifa's reality rankings - complete base of Group F. 

Sweden completes best of the gathering, with Mexico second, and South Korea third. 

Eighty years prior, Germany lost 4-2 of every a replay against Switzerland to go out in the first round when it was a straight knockout competition, yet their 2018 exit was the first run through Germany had ever neglected to endure the gathering stage.

With Sweden is winning 3-0 against Mexico in the other Group F game, and it being goalless in Kazan, Germany knew they needed to score in an unhinged wrap up. 

A win for Germany would have edged Mexico out of goal distinction - yet the dramatization came at the opposite end as Kim put the ball into the net, in spite of the fact that it was at first precluded for offside. 

Be that as it may, the VAR audit demonstrated the ball had diverted into Kim's way off of a German player - Toni Kroos - and the goal was given. 

With Germany frantically searching for a goal to get back in the match, Neuer joined the assault. 

However, he was getting out as a long ball left Tottenham forward Son with the basic errand of strolling the ball into the net to start glad festivals among the Asian side, despite the fact that their disposal had just been affirmed.

South Korea went into the match without any focuses from their opening two games in the wake of losing 1-0 to Sweden and 2-1 to Mexico. 

In any case, they had a scientific shot of fitting the bill for the last 16 for just the third time in 10 rivalry appearances, despite the fact that they required Mexico to beat Sweden. 

South Korea had the principal chance when Jung Woo-youthful's free-kick was mishandled by Neuer, who punched clear boldly as Son attempted to change over the bounce back. 

The Tottenham forward additionally lashed a volley wide when it was goal less, before being reserved in the second half as official Mark Geiger thought he had made a plunge an endeavor to win a punishment. 

Despite the fact that the score in Ekaterinburg finished South Korea's expectations of experiencing, regardless they detected an essential prevail upon Germany. 

The group positioned 57th on the planet, accomplished that triumph because of the two late goals, both of which were praised as though they had qualified themselves.

Source BBC Sport

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