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World Cup 2018 Group F set to be played at 11 P.M. at the Moscow’s Luzhniki Stadium. The Die Mannschaft led by veteran Thomas Müller and youngster Julian Draxler will be seeking a back-to-back championship title as they open their campaign against the El Tri.
There have been so many changes since Germany’s last World Cup football tournament appearance. A significantly large number of talented professional footballers have retired from the international scene for the four-time World Cup champions. The 26-year-old attacking midfielder who scored that priceless Maracana goal – Mario Gotze – did not make to the final 23 lineup roster for Die Mannschaft’s campaign to the World Cup 2018 in Russia.
While reorganization has been adopted by the German national football team, there are a couple of things have remained intact: success and head coach Joachim Low. Germany made it through World Cup qualifying, securing ten wins out of ten games, scoring 43 and conceding just four, and bagged the Confederations Cup title in 2017 with its young core lineup, while Low recently inked a contract deal until 2020.
The defending World Cup champions cut off Mexico, who have themselves developed under the helm of Juan Carlos Osorio — the team manager and head coach of El Tri since 2015. Osorio will seek to take vengeance for the 4-1 defeat in Sochi last year after maneuvering Mexico through the World Cup qualifying. Mexico lost just once in their 16 contests, the only defeat coming after their progress to Russia had already been confirmed.
The El Tri kicked off their World Cup 2018 campaign against possibly the strongest team in Group F and the former are well-informed of the test that lies ahead. The reigning champs’ line-up raises some intriguing questions for Low, and he has since said that the French club Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Julian Draxler will start, likely joining Mesut Ozil at the expense of Marco Reus. Head coach Low, Thomas Müller and the rest of the German football club will be hoping for a repeat from 2014 — a back-to-back World Cup championship title — when the Die Mannschaft comfortably knocked off the Portugal 4-0 in their tournament opener.
As for Mexico, The Tricolor are well aware that they are not the favorite to win neither in this match nor in Group F, but a performance-level play from them would be a powerful evidence to kick off their campaign in World Cup 2018. Should Mexico manage to draw the match against Germany, then the former would consider it as an affirmative result, given that Die Mannschaft won 4-1 in their last meeting. The Mexican national football club have stated that they are up to the challenge and are not frightened.
Where You Can Watch Germany vs. Mexico Live World Cup 2018
Date Schedule: Sunday, June 17
Time: 11 a.m. ET
Venue: Olimiyskiy Stadium
Location: Moscow, Russia
TV Channel: Fox Sports 1 (English), Telemundo (Spanish), ITV (UK)
Live Stream Online: fuboTV (Try for FREE)
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