Crosse goal in Sweden enters the history of Germany


LONDON (Reuters) - German star Tony Crosse led his country to a 2-1 victory over Sweden in a World Cup Group F match in the 2018 World Cup.

Crosse scored a "fatal" goal in the 95th minute, reviving Germany's chances of competing for one of the Group B qualifying cards to the second round.

According to the Upta statistics, the goal of the Crosse in the minute (95), is the most recent goal scored by Germany in the history of participation in the World Cup at all.

With a win over Sweden, Germany moved to second place in the Group F standings with three points and must win in the next round against South Korea to continue their campaign to defend their title at the World Cup.
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