A goal from Hirving Lozano gave Mexico a 1-0 surprise win over defending champions Germany in their World Cup Group F match on Sunday.
Mexico captain Raia Marquez has become only the third player to play at five World Cups after he came on as a substitute during Sunday's 1-0 win against world champions Germany.
Brazil coach Tite thought the pressure had got to his players after watching his side kick off their World Cup campaign with a 1-1 draw against Switzerland in Rostov-on-Don o Sunday night.
Mexican players maintained their calmness despite stunning holders Germany at the start of their World Cup campaign on Sunday.
Germany coach Joachim Loew said Sunday that his team played badly in the first half of World Cup Group F opener against Mexico who finally stunned the defending champions 1-0.
Mexico coach Juan Carlos Osorio said Sunday that he had made the plan to beat defending champions Germany in the World Cup Group F opener six months before.
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