FIFA World Cup 2018: Mexico join Sweden in Round of 16 despite losing 3-0 to Blagult in final Group F game
Sweden surged into the last 16 of the World Cup with a deserved 3-0 victory over a poor Mexico side, who still qualified ahead of Germany after the holders' loss to South Korea.
A shock 1-0 opening loss to Mexico followed by a last-gasp 2-1 victory over Sweden has put Germany in a precarious position but their fate lies in their own hands.
FIFA World Cup 2018: Germany face day of reckoning in Russia; Neymar under pressure to help Brazil make last-16
Germany face their day of reckoning at the World Cup on Wednesday with the holders needing a clear win over South Korea to be sure of reaching the last-16.
FIFA World Cup 2018: Germany fighting for survival in wide-open Group F; Brazil aim to grab top spot on Day 14
Two of the best teams in international football — Germany and Brazil — go into their final group matches in danger of being bounced from the World Cup.
FIFA World Cup 2018: Germany avert crisis for now with win over Sweden, but reigning champions have work to do
Toni Kroos's last-gasp winner ensured that Germany remain right in World Cup contention but the holders are not yet safe from the threat of an ignominious group-stage exit.
FIFA World Cup 2018: Uncharacteristic Germany leave it late against Sweden as Toni Kroos goes from villain to saviour
Despite the dramatic late win, it is clear that Germany have evolved into quite an unfamiliar team, showing signs of nervousness against well-organised teams.
FIFA World Cup 2018: Javier Hernandez scores 50th international goal to help Mexico battle past South Korea
Mexico laid one foot in the World Cup's last-16 and left South Korea on the brink of elimination after goals from Javier Hernandez and Carlos Vela clinched a 2-1 victory.
FIFA World Cup 2018: Germany have perfect blend of precision and balance but history is against Joachim Low's men
When Germany take on the field in Russia, their most difficult opponent might not be a certain Brazil, Spain or France. The reigning world champions have to prevail over history
FIFA U-17 World Cup 2017: Group F shapes up to be tightest with fancied England, Mexico, Chile and Iraq
Group F, dubbed as the ‘Group of Death’ by pundits, throws up some intriguing contests. England and Mexico are likely to be the trailblazers but Iraq and Chile could spring a surprise.
Portugal's mixture of youth and experience around Cristiano Ronaldo could take them a long way at Euro 2016 in France.
Cristiano Ronaldo may want to re-think scoring vs Iceland in Portugal’s Euro 2016 opener, after The Mountain from Game of Thrones threatened to crush him.
The 59-year-old Sabella seems to click better with Argentina's superstar than national team coaches before him.
Argentina coach Alejandro Sabella has more attacking talent than he can fit into the lineup.