After getting a lead in the first half, all the once fearsome La Roja had to do was keep the Dutch at bay.
They now join three other World Cup winners in losing their opening matches as holders - France in 2002, Italy in 2010, and Spain in 2014.
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"You had the feeling that the ball just wouldn't go in anyhow, " Loew said.
"If we are going to play in a neutral stadium, with everything that is around the World Cup then I think Mexico can win against Germany", he told reporters on Saturday.
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The Bayern striker is at the peak of his prowess and played a pivotal role in leading his team back into the World Cup finals. The elder statesman of his side, Blaszczykowski now 32 years old has been one of his countries most respected players.
"We need to focus on the next game".
"It's the best goal I've scored in my entire life".
Seismologists at Mexico's official quake authority reported ground movements on at least two sensors inside Mexico City at the exact time of the goal, recording an acceleration reading of 37m/second squared. It is a great opportunity for Mexican football to compete against the world champions and that is what we will try to do. "In the second half we pressed more but Mexico dropped back", he added. "We are now under pressure, we have to get six points from the next games", he said.
Seeking defensive reinforcement, Osorio brought on 39-year-old veteran Rafael Marquez to play in his fifth World Cup.
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The Germans next play Sweden on June 23 before facing South Korea in their final group game four days later.