The last game for the day was the most expected one among all not because it presented a battle between rivals, but because before this game Sweden was with 3 points, while the World Cup champions from Germany were with 0 after they lost against Mexico. The Germans quickly started the game determined to score a goal and win the game. At some point in the first 20 minutes of the game, the percentage of the ball possession for Germany was 91. When everyone was thinking that Germany will open the score, Sweden surprisingly took the lead with a goal in the 32nd minute scored by Ola Toivonen. Until the rest of the first half Germany was shocked and nothing really serious happened in front of the goal of Sweden.
Luckily for the German fans, Marco Reus (48’) scored a goal at the beginning of the second period that gave the hopes of the Germans that they can win the much needed three points. Germany was attacking with almost the whole squad but unfortunately for its fans, the 2nd goal for the team was not coming. The situation for the current World Cup champions got even worse when in the 82nd minute Jerome Boateng received his second yellow card of the game and was sent to the locker rooms. At that moment no one believed that Germany could win this game, but somehow in the last seconds of the added time the best player of the team in this game Toni Kross scored a perfect goal from a free kick which gave the 2-1 win for the Germans which need a win against South Korea in the last game of the groups in order to continue in the next stage.