No one was happier about South Korea’s World Cup win than Mexico

Posted June 29, 2018

South Korea waited 16 years to get its World Cup revenge on Germany, and while the Asian nation's 2-0 win over the defending champions was astonishing, the real surprise was the reaction of Mexico fans.

"Don't mention the VAR", was a common refrain, while Brazilian media gleefully took their revenge for Brazil's 7-1 humiliation by Germany at the last World Cup in 2014.

Even in Yekaterinburg, almost 500 miles away, the Mexican fans expected Germany to score.

Hundreds of Mexican fans mobbed the South Korean embassy to chant "We are all Koreans!" as one lifted the consul general Han Byoung-jin onto his shoulders.

Shooting at 'Capital Gazette' Newsroom Leaves Multiple Fatalities
One of the paper's reporters tweeted that people were taking cover under their desks as the gunman fired into the office. Four people are feared to have been killed and a further 20 injured after a gunman opened fire at a newspaper office.

Holders Germany sensationally crashed out of the World Cup on Wednesday in one of the biggest shocks in the tournament's history, failing to make it past the opening round for the first time since 1938. Look at a few of these tweets that came up after the game...

"Our team in this match was missing the ease of play and the classiness we normally display".

And following their exit, the odds on England winning this summer's World Cup have shortened to 8/1.

Even so, they finished second in the group and will have to face Brazil next, making them odds-on to go out in the round of 16 for an incredible seventh time in a row.

Spain grinds out World Cup win over Iran
Iran remain on three points and can reach the knockout rounds for the first time with victory over Portugal. Do not cut, copy or lift any content from this website without our consent.

This win for Korea sent the Germans crashing out of the tournament, which ultimately saved Mexico in the process.

"I have to say it over and over again, Ozil is an overrated footballer", he explained. "We are very grateful", said Pablo Gonzalez, 45.

Kim Young-gwon and Son Heung-min scored the goals in Kazan, both of them coming in added time as Germany threw everyone forward for a late goal. We have to take responsibility.

"We want the players to recover mentally and physically (from this match)". "The disappointment is deep inside me".

Disney Raises Fox Bid to $71 Billion, Dealing Blow to Comcast
Disney no longer expects to complete the $20 billion share repurchase it announced in December, McCarthy said. This valuation is a $3 premium over Comcast's $35 a share all-cash offer that they made just last week .