Mexican fans celebrate victory against Germany in first game

Juan Carlos Osorio Mexico 06212017

Juan Carlos Osorio Mexico 06212017

Mexico City has been celebrating for hours since the joyous victory, signaling a unifying moment for the country which has been at odds in the midst of a divisive political campaign season.

Hirving Lozano (covered) of Mexico celebrates his 0-1 goal with team mates.

Sismologia Chile, which records quakes from the South American country, said it had also detected an natural disaster as the same time as Lozano's goal.

Germany, who have never failed to reach the knockout stages at a World Cup, will hope to bounce back against Sweden in Sochi on Saturday before they play South Korea in their final match.

The Germans were caught napping in the first half at Moscow's Luzhniki Stadium and went behind in the 35th minute as Mexico found acres of space to counter attack through the midfield.

Marquez first appeared for Mexico at the 2002 World Cup and has since gone on to feature in 2006, 2010, 2014 and now 2018.

"It's great to start on the right foot, against the reigning world champions", 22-year-old Lozano said.

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Serbia and Costa Rica traded chances in the first half. "It made us look at the instruments, since measuring these signals are often too small to distinguish".

"Our motto was play with the love of winning and not the fear of losing", said a delighted Osorio.

"In the second half we pressed more but Mexico dropped back and played on the break".

"We were warned (in the warm-up games)". "We weren't able to impose our usual way of playing, our attacking and passing was not effective".

"Our team has experience of losses".

"We want to get the three points". The front page also features German keeper Manuel Neuer saying "And we'll rub it in after the final whistle".

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