Reigning world champions Germany suffered defeat in their opening game of the World Cup 2018. Mexico top Group F after clinching a narrow, but well-deserved, 1-0 win courtesy of Hirving Lozano's first-half goal.
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Germany's loss to Mexico poses Joachim Löw some serious questions about some of his most trusted players.
Hirving Lozano shocked defending World Cup champions Germany when he put Mexico ahead in the 35th minute. The goal was so momentous it seemed to cause an artificial earthquake in Mexico City.
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Five-time world champions Brazil share the spoils with Switzerland as Steven Zuber's header cancels out Philippe Coutinho's first-half wonder strike. Serbia top of Group E after beating Costa Rica.
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Dozens of far-right activists have been arrested following scuffles before a gay pride march in the Ukrainian capital, Kyiv. Some 5,000 police and soldiers were deployed after organizers received threats.
Previous winners include "Dwarsdriewer" ("obstructionist"), "Ackerschnacker" ("mobile phone") and "Lämmerhüppen" ("disco"). Low Saxon is a regional language spoken by some 3 million people in Germany.
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