"We talked about what and where we must improve".
Marquez played his first World Cup in 2002 at the age of 23, and has played all four of Mexico's games in every campaign, all of which ended in the round of 16. "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. "We are convinced we can do it".
He adds: "We are so polarized and against each other these days, with the elections and everything else going on, that this brings us back together and makes us feel like things are possible".
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.
But Neuer said none of the players are "shying away from responsibilities". It honestly affects us in a lot of ways and here in Russian Federation more than ever we have to stop.
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Seehofer said his party was keen to find a way to limit the number of asylum seekers arriving in Germany. The two parties govern with the center-left Social Democrats.
Sunday's loss was Germany's first in a World Cup opener in 36 years and the team has not been eliminated in the group stage since the 1938 tournament.
"The courage and the self-belief was missing. The body language was not on the pitch, and it must not happen again".
It wasn't natural seismic activity making the ground shake, though, but an artificial quake created entirely by celebrating Mexican fans, whose jumping elation at their team's unexpected triumph was thunderous enough to register on seismic detectors in Mexico City.
"I don't quite understand we played the way we did today, because we had already had a shot across our bow (against Saudi Arabia)".
With 2018 FIFA World Cup in full swing, fans have many reasons to embrace the tournament. It's clear that the experienced players should take the most of responsibility for such a result. "We just lost the ball up front far too easily, and Mexico had always two or three people up front whom we failed to block efficiently". "It helps us to know we're capable and that when we work together, we can accomplish anything".