"The pressure is all on me so they can go out and enjoy their football", he said. The proof is in audio clips of his narration of the moment when Lozano placed a flawless kick to secure Mexico's early lead.
At the other end, Guillermo Ochoa tipped a blistering Kroos free-kick on to the bar minutes later, in what was to prove the Germans' closest effort of a match in Moscow in which they had more than 60 per cent possession but could not make it count.
He described the game as a welcome distraction from Mexico's upcoming July 1 presidential election. The celebrations were so huge their that seismologists in Mexico said that they caused an artificial quake.
They would deny Chucky for long, though, and the PSV attacker made no mistake from another impressive counter-attack in the 35th minute, as he stepped inside opposing playmaker, Mesut Ozil, to beat goalkeeper Manuel Neuer at his near post.
The historic win was earned through Hirving Lozano's goal.
"We all dream of playing in a World Cup - and to start in such a positive and important way - I think it's my best goal so far".
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It later turnout out that Kamui Kobayashi had simply forgotten to pit and was asked to conserve fuel to make it through the lap. The team had raced at Le Mans since 2012 with a very competitive auto , yet had never managed to score an outright victory.
When the final whistle sounded in an improbable 1-0 win over the defending champions on Sunday night, oft-disparaged Mexico coach Juan Carlos Osorio turned to the crowd and pumped both arms in the air a half-dozen times.
The retired Liverpool midfielder suggested that Thomas Muller - who has scored 10 goals in two World Cup's - "couldn't lace Sane's boots".
It is this, the idea of the German national team which we have grown accustomed to over the years, that made their defeat to Mexico in the World Cup Group F opener so shocking. Now, it's all about using that momentum to propel them forward as they look to realize their World Cup aspirations. "It's not a situation we're used to at all".
"We will certainly not change our match plan".
It was a brilliant performance by Mexico who looked completely in control against the defending champions and the victory puts them in a brilliant position to qualify for the knock-out stages.
Germany nearly responded immediately, as Kimmich won a free-kick at the top of the box that Kroos curled on target only to see Ochoa tip it onto the bar.
"In all due respect, in the first half we were the better team". By the final minutes, the tired Mexicans were playing more with their hearts than with their feet.
"I'm more angry than shocked", asserted team manager Oliver Bierhoff in reference to a "lack of pace, a lack of solutions" in the final third.