"There is no division".
"In the first half we played very badly", Loew said. "We've laid it on the line".
The 39-year-old came on in the 74th minute of Mexico's 1-0 win over Germany on Sunday, following in the footsteps of Germany's Lotthar Matthaeus and fellow Mexican Antonio Carbajal. "But the fact that we won renews our hope".
At that exact time, halfway around the world in Mexico City, the goal caused such fervent celebration that it seems to have caused the ground to shake.
However, they're clearly different from the kinds of earthquakes we usually talk about - those of natural origin - because they're not caused by tectonic or volcanic activity, and don't have a clear epicentre, since the agitation occurs at several points.
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"It's important we say things straight into our face".
"For hours after the match, Mexico City resounded with the joyous cacophony of auto horns", the New York Times reported.
The Germans had lost to Austria and narrowly beat Saudi Arabia with two unconvincing performances in their final warm-up games before arriving in Russian Federation.
"We lacked courage, identity, and confidence against Mexico", Neuer said. I can't say why. "I cannot answer why it was missing but you could see it in our body language". Describing those two as "really lovely to hear", Fabian said, "We like the support at 100 percent, but hope that we can stop doing this chant that is affecting us as much as it is, and above all [affecting] Mexico". "I bless my children whenever they leave, when they arrive, they visit me, they leave, I give them the blessing, it is not spontaneous", Gonzalez told Telemundo Chicago.
"No one is shying away from responsibilities". "We did not show what we are capable of".
"We are convinced that we can do it".