Love story: Mexico's second win brings roar of cheers for the coach


Mexico moved a step closer to round of 16 at the 2018 World Cup after recording a 2-1 win over Korea Republic in Rostov on Saturday.

Mexico lead Group F on six points after two games, having backed up their shock victory against Germany with another display to suggest they can go deep in this tournament.

"We're going to be playing a very robust opponent, even if we have all the chances to win", he said.

Mexico appeared in control but allowed the South Koreans to set up a nervy finale when Son struck a stunning goal from range three minutes into injury time. But the squad have stuck together and built a competitive outfit for the World Cup. Belgium vs Tunisia Match Result and Highlights: Romelu Lukaku, Eden Hazard Power Belgium to Brink of 2018 FIFA World Cup Last 16.

Mexico had another four fast breaks against South Korea on Saturday and again, one led to a goal when Javier Hernandez doubled their lead.

Mexico started aggressively, pressuring their rivals all over the field, while South Korea was happy to sit back and wait for some chances through counter-attacks, but it was clear that Mexico is a better side than the Taegeuk Warriors.

"We can not afford to get caught up in all this, we have to continue our job and stay humble, of course we should enjoy this but tomorrow we start working again".

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She was told the children there, most of whom are between the ages of 12 and 17, are usually "distraught" when they first enter. "After today's important visit to Texas , I hope the media isn't going to focus on her wardrobe".

"I thought about these players quite a lot".

After failing to generate any offense in a 4-3-3 setting against Sweden, South Korea head coach Shin Tae-yong reverted to a more familiar 4-4-2, with two players, midfielders Moon Seon-min and Ju Se-jong, making their World Cup debuts.

The score in the match, which became the jubilee, 150-m, for the captain of Mexico's Andres Guardado in the national team, was opened in the 26th minute.

The celebrations among the Mexican players after the game felt nearly subdued, nothing like the joyful catharsis after the team's victory over Germany.

Son Heung-min broke free down the right after beating the offside trap, but his cut-back into the box to take a shot was blocked by not one but three bodies.

Mexican fans avoided using a chant, which is considered to be homophobic by Federation Internationale de Football Association, against the opposing goalkeeper.

While they would have been expected to beat their Asian rivals rather than springing a surprise in their first game, Osorio insists they put more work in to prepare for South Korea. The chant earned the country's soccer federation a fine after the previous match.