At the first half, everything seemed to be crashing for the German national team as they were a goal down.
But at the 48th minute just after the halftime break, Marco Reus got an equalizer for the Germans.
Again things looked like, the world cup dream for the Germans was almost over when Jerome Boateng ended up getting a second yellow card in the game.
Once again, at the additional time (90+5), Toni Kroos came in with a strike which secured 3 points for the Germans, making it 2-1 against Sweden.
Below are some of the reactions from fans on Twitter.
— Malik Alsiyabi (@maalik_91) June 23, 2018
Germany just don’t go out of World Cups like this. They just don’t….#GermanyvsSweden
— Mark Austin (@markaustintv) June 23, 2018
— KICKOFF (@Kickoff24x7) June 23, 2018
1998: France win the World Cup.
2002: France eliminated in group stages.
2006: Italy win the World Cup.
2010: Italy eliminated in group stages.
2010: Spain win the World Cup.
2014: Spain eliminate in group stages.
2014:Germany win the World Cup
😂😂 #GermanyvsSweden pic.twitter.com/ElkZf5Gfgn
— Tugume Isaac T.I 🇺🇬 (@tugumeisaacdon) June 23, 2018
— Layla Anna-Lee (@Laylaloves) June 23, 2018
Ok – that Kroos free kick has to be the most technical execution ever! Germany really is a machine – what mental fortitude! #GermanyvsSweden
— Mugo Kibati (@mugokibati) June 23, 2018
Three certainties in life:
Germany finds a way. #GermanyvsSweden
— Sid Seixeiro (@Sid_Seixeiro) June 23, 2018
— Glenn Davis (@GlennDavisSoc) June 23, 2018
— Daniel Fred (@tdfred) June 23, 2018
— 🔴⚪️Gooner Kev⚪️🔴 (@kevdavis736) June 23, 2018
That was one of the most nerve-wracking, gut wrenching game.
Absolute rollercoaster of emotions and one of the many reasons why the World Cup is amazing
— Clintzilla #DUBNATIONszn (@GameOnLock925) June 23, 2018
Well, we hope the Germans keep the same momentum in their subsequent games.