UNBELIEVABLE! South Korea Score 2 Goals At The Last Minute To Knock Germany Out Of The World Cup 

Defending champions Germany have been eliminated from the 2018 World Cup after losing to South Korea in Kazan.

Kim Young-gwon’s 92nd-minute goal, awarded after a video assistant referee decision, left four-time winners Germany on the brink of elimination.

Then six minutes into stoppage time, with Germany goalkeeper Manuel Neuer in possession in the opponents’ half, Ju Se-jong gained control of the ball, launched it forward and Son Heung-min tapped into an empty net to score the second.

It is the first time since 1938 that a Germany or West Germany side has not advanced beyond the first section of the tournament, as Joachim Low’s side – top of Fifa’s world rankings – finish bottom of Group F.
Sweden finish top of the group, with Mexico second, and South Korea third.

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