A controversial Chicharito goal gave Mexico a win over South Korea

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Son Heung-min of South Korea (L) dribbles past Andres Guardado of Mexico during the teams' Group F contest at the FIFA World Cup at Rostov Arena in Rostov-on-Don, Russia, on June 23, 2018.

Mexico now know that they stand in a great position to qualify but it's not looking good for South Korea, who can only qualify if Sweden lose to Germany tonight and they defeat the Germans in their final group game.

Although chances are slim, Shin said they will go for their chances.

A win gave Mexico six points in Group F - and it's looking likely that Mexico can emerge as the victor of the group and avoid a Round of 16 showdown with Brazil. Chicharito's first goal in the competition was the insurance marker his team eventually needed to vanquish South Korea.

Saturday was no different, except their route to victory in a key World Cup group game at Russian Federation 2018 was anything but simple for the four-time world champions. Mexico have already shown exactly how risky they can be on the counter and should be able to win this match in a variety of different ways.

Before Javier Hernandez made it 2-0 for Mexico in the 66th minute, South Korean captain Ki Sung-yueng was dribbling the ball in the midfield, but he was brought down by Hector Herrera. "I think the change in the weather will probably impact us negatively".

There is a popular belief in Mexico that El Tri play up or down to their competition.

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Los Angeles FC forward Carlos Vela scored a penalty to open the scoring in front of a vibrant crowd in Rostov-on-Don, with West Ham's Javier Hernandez adding the killer second after half-time.

The Galaxy and LAFC are both represented on the Mexican team.

Chicharito, who set up Hirving Lozano to score the victor in the opening game, says the hard work starts now for Mexico when they face Korea Republic and Sweden in their final two matches.

On the side, having earlier stunned defending champions Germany, Mexico are sitting pretty atop Group F with six points.

South Korea lost its opener, 1-0, to Sweden, Monday, the third consecutive game it was held scoreless. Hueng-Min Son tallied the lone goal for South Korea in the dying moments of the match.

"I think this will be a very attractive memory in the future", Osorio said in Spanish through an interpreter.

As the game kicked off Mexico fans sang "We are the home team" and with green shirts dotted all over the stadium and rousing chants of "Ole!" bellowing around the arena every time their side passed the ball, it was hard to disagree.

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