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Germany vs Sweden (2-1): 7 Conclusions

Germany down to ten men. It's 1-1 with Swedes in prime position to qualify and create, perhaps, one of the greatest upsets in World Cup history. Never was a time when Germany had not won their opening two fixtures in a cup. Never was a time when the defending world champions looked so out of place. 
So out of sync. 
Yet with 90+5' minutes on the clock, Bayern's playmaker Tony Kroos curled a beauty on the right hand top corner. Absolute stunner of a goal. If I wasn't mentally invested in the cup this time, this made sure I did. Here's some of the conclusions from the game:

1) Joachim Low has not lost his habit
With the stress level at apex point, Low seem to go back to some of his terrifically horrible habit to stimulate his brain into thinking tactics midway. His previous tantrum of visibly digging his nose and then aptly placing it in his mouth has been watched a billion and a half times on the internet and this time again, he was so, so close to doing that. What…

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