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"The members of the support staff know that they have behaved incorrectly in an emotionally charged situation", it said.

But Kroos, who had been at fault for Sweden's goal, stepped up in the 95th minute to curl a free-kick into the top corner, beating the dive of Robin Olsen in the Swedish goal.

Even a draw would have left Germany needing to win their final game against South Korea while hoping the Swedes lost to Mexico.

"The main thing is that we score one goal more than Mexico after 90 minutes, and if it will come in the 85th minute that's quite alright", Prahl said.

Germany midfielder Toni Kroos has blasted critics and the Swedish national team after his sensational last-gasp victor sparked wild scenes at the Fisht Stadium on Saturday. "We have humility but we beat Germany and South Korea and now we have to play against Sweden and stay cool and calm", goalscorer Hernandez said.

The defending champions put in a nervous display after a barrage of criticism following defeat by Mexico. "We get no help from all those who write, analyse, accuse us of bad body language".

"Overall, we once again had phases where we played really well and didn't use our chances".

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Reus, whose goal sparked Germany's fightback at the start of the second half, hailed Kroos's last-gasp strike.

The abuse was met with outrage from observers and Durmaz's fans.

Jimmy Durmaz and the rest of the Sweden squad took a powerful stand against racism as the nation's football association made complaints of online abuse on behalf of the winger to police.

"Emotionally right now we are so disappointed".

"If we have the (VAR) system, it's very unfortunate that he (the referee) can feel so secure in the moment that he doesn't go and have a look at the situation, " Andersson said.

Germany forward Thomas Mueller said the holders were rewarded despite having their backs to the wall for most of the match.

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