Germany celebrations 'scornful', says angry Sweden coach

Naim Sliti of Tunisia and Jan Vertonghen of Belgium

After missing out on Brazil four years ago when Mario Goetze's extra-time victor against Argentina handed Germany their fourth World Cup title, Reus arguably has more reason than most to make sure Die Mannschaft avoid an early departure. "There was taunting and unsportmanslike conduct, it is not permissible".

Germany boss Joachim Low has named his side which will take on Sweden in a must-win Group F clash.

It has been a turbulent few days for the Sweden camp with the fallout from the Germany result combining with acts of online racism towards Jimmy Durmaz.

Even Sweden looked like tying down the European side to a draw until Toni Kroos scored an injury-time stunner. "We backed him up in a good way, together", defender Pontus Jansson told reporters.

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"I expect them to come out strong and try to score as many goals as possible, which could allow us some space at their back".

"We had a hard time implementing our gameplan in the first two matches, but as a team we know we are able to free ourselves from a difficult situation time and again and be very difficult to beat at the end".

While the exuberant, post-match celebrations by Germany's coaching staff upset Sweden, they belied the champions' desire to show the rest of the world that their business in Russian Federation is far from over. "We're not nervous, it's more that it's a great task to have", Jansson said. They are a fast, technically gifted team.

Racial abuse and threats against Durmaz were reported to the Swedish police by the FA on behalf of the player, and the Swedes want to put the incident and the Germany loss behind them.

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