Germany 2-1 Sweden: Kroos scores 94th Minute Stunning comeback Goal to regain Germany’s hopes of progressing

Toni Kroos won it at the death for Germany, scoring a brilliant free-kick to beat Sweden 2-1 on Saturday in the World Cup.

Sweden had taken the lead in the 32nd minute thanks to a fantastic finish from Ola Toivonen, who chipped home over Manuel Neuer.

But with the reigning World Cup champions on the brink of elimination, they eventually found a way through as Marco Reus was on hand to tuck home in the 47th minute of the Group F clash.

Jerome Boateng picked up a red card late on but there was more drama to come, when Kroos snatched a late winner in injury-time with a delightful free-kick.

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