Germany saved its World Cup life its last time out, and now it will look to secure its place in the knockout stage with its new-found life.
The defending World Cup champion needed a 95th-minute goal from Toni Kroos to take down Sweden and move in position to advance, but it must still get a result against South Korea to continue its run. Depending on what happens in Mexico and Sweden’s simultaneous group finale, a draw could be enough, but a victory is the surest way to a knockout berth.
South Korea is not technically eliminated yet, though it has the longest odds in Group F and must beat Germany while Mexico beats Sweden all while making up the requisite goal differential to win the tiebreaker.
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