Marc-Andre ter Stegen may not have featured for Germany on Saturday as the defending champions somehow kept their World Cup hopes alive but he was quick to celebrate.
Joachim Low’s side were facing elimination from the competition after going 1-0 down to Sweden and although they got it back to 1-1 they saw Jerome Boateng sent off late on.
Germany looked to be heading for a damaging draw but managed to win it with a stoppage time free-kick from Toni Kroos that leaves them in good shape to qualify.
Ter Stegen has warned the rest of the teams in the competition that this is just how Germany roll when it comes to World Cups.
We never give up!!!! #BestNeverRest #WorldCup #ZSMMN pic.twitter.com/rXC4FhIVB5— Marc ter Stegen (@mterstegen1) June 23, 2018
At any moment we left our heart on and off the field to keep dreaming.. #BestNeverRest #WorldCup #ZSMMN pic.twitter.com/N5podGXTHn— Marc ter Stegen (@mterstegen1) June 23, 2018
Germany finish their group campaign on Wednesday when they face South Korea who have lost both of their games so far against Mexico and Sweden.