Germany's Toni Kroos celebrates scoring their second goal REUTERS/Michael Dalder
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Toni Kroos' last-gasp winner ensured that Germany remain right in World Cup contention but the holders are not yet safe from the threat of an ignominious group-stage exit. A 95th-minute free kick from Kroos gave Joachim Loew's side a dramatic 2-1 victory over Sweden in Sochi Saturday, after a Marco Reus strike had canceled out Ola Toivonen's opener. Of the winning goal from Real Madrid midfielder Kroos, who had earlier been at fault for Sweden's opener, Hummels added: "Something like this can be a big moment in the tournament.More changes will therefore be required after Loew dropped the underperforming Mesut Ozil and Sami Khedira, bringing in Reus and Sebastian Rudy. While Reus scored and came away with the man-of-the-match award Saturday, Rudy lasted just 25 minutes before coming off with a bloodied nose.
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