Germany can take breath; beat Sweden 2-1

Toni Kroos’ injury-time victor against Sweden resuscitated guarding champions Germany’s expectations of turning into the primary side to hold the World Glass since Brazil in 1962.

Ola Toivonen’s deft first-half heave had left Joachim Low’s side confronting disposal however Marco Reus, beginning instead of Weapons store’s Mesut Ozil, goaded in an equalizer as Germany expected control after the interim.

The champions at that point had Jerome Boateng sent off late on for a second yellow card yet kept on pursuing the diversion knowing a draw left their destiny in others’ grasp.

What’s more, they were compensated in the last moment of five included when Kroos tapped a free-kick short to Reus before clearing the arrival go into the upper right corner from left of the penalty area.

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