Germany was widely considered to be the main favorite to win this tournament, but maybe their decision to leave out Manchester City attacker and Premier League Young Player of the Year, Leroy Sane, is already hurting their chances to repeat as World Champions.
Germany had breezed through qualifying, scoring 43 goals and conceding just four and, astonishingly, they average nearly four goals a game in their opening World Cup matches since last losing their first tournament game in 1982 against Algeria.
"I can't coach a team who complains".
Lozano, a 22-year-old forward nicknamed "Chucky", got Mexico going with a deflected shot over the bar in the first minute.
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El Tri will take on South Korea on June 23 in their second Group F matchup, while Germany meets Sweden that same day.
According to head coach Tite, that record gives the team "inner peace" as they gun for a sixth World Cup title, and their first since 2002.
Neymar is the focal point of one of the most menacing attacks in the tournament, and could line up in a front four that includes Gabriel Jesus, Philippe Coutinho and Willian. "We have to try and get more shots off, then we won't run into as many problems".
Back when Brazil played England at Wembley last Autumn, Dani Alves bore the responsibility with great honour, but has had to sit out of this World Cup due to injury. They know a thing or twoo about starting off the World Cup well, beating Spain in their opener in 2010 before the Spanish went on to win the World Cup.
"You had the feeling that the ball just wouldn't go in anyhow", Loew said.
"We grew up together and we identified with one another", said Alisson.