Supporters of the German national football team cheer during a public viewing event prior to the opening whistle of the Russia 2018 World Cup Group F football match between Germany and Sweden on June 23, 2018 in Berlin. (AFP / John MACDOUGALL)
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FIFA has opened disciplinary proceedings against two German team officials who stormed towards the Sweden bench gesticulating and clapping after the defending World Cup champions' last-gasp Group F victory on Saturday.Team media officer Ulrich Voigt and a German FA (DFB) employee in charge of the DFB office for the national team, Georg Behlau, charged towards the Sweden bench pumping their fists when Toni Kroos' stoppage-time goal gave Germany a 2-1 victory. Germany's coach Joachim Loew said he was not aware of the incident.
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