22 men fight it out but the Germans win
His words echoed in the Fisht Arena on Saturday night as Toni Kroos rescued Germany from the brink of an unthinkable early World Cup exit with a sensational winner in the fifth minute of stoppage time to seal a 2-1 win over Sweden.
German fans after the breathless strike!
A short sigh of relief for 'Die Mannschaft'
A vulnerable Germany - an oxymoron
Germany coach Joachim Loew wielded the axe following the shambolic 1-0 loss at the hands of Mexico, the game that started their defence of the trophy, with the much-criticised Mesut Ozil and Sami Khedira dropped while Mats Hummels missed out due to injury.
The unlucky Swedes still have a chance
For Germany, all's well that ends well
Timo Werner's low centre from the left was behind Gomez, who got a touch but not enough to put off Reus from bundling it in.