Mexico's Hirving Lozano celebrates after scoring the opening goal during the group F match between Germany and Mexico at the 2018 soccer World Cup in the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow, Russia, Sunday, June 17, 2018.
"We will draw our lessons from this defeat and will do it better next time", the 58-year-old said. "In many previous tournaments we've always won the first match but we have to accept it".
Loew said while he was not planning to overhaul his plans for the remaining Group F matches against Sweden and South Korea, his team would bounce back. "The team has enough experience to deal with it and we will rise again".
"It will not happen to us", he said when asked whether Germany would fall in the group stage. "Those who do not support us, we will try to convince them to support us".
"We need to focus on our strong points, which we haven't been able to do in our last couple of games. We have every opportunity to correct things, but we have to make things right". "We have our style in the Mexican national team, and we're going to match up their game".
Jerome Boateng's build-up to the finals was also hampered by a groin injury, and the Bayern Munich centre-back found himself exposed often as Mexico's speed was a constant threat on the counter-attack.
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The first half proved decisive. He outpaced Jerome Boateng and with a less than ideal pass found Lozano, who controlled the ball, cut inside Mesut Ozil, held off a charging Toni Kroos and slotted coolly past Manuel Neuer. "I think now more attention will be paid to Mexican players", Osorio said. "We have made history in a way that no one ever has".
Mexico is starting to dream big after beating defending World Cup champion Germany.
"It's great to start on the right foot when you are playing against the reigning world champions".
Guillermo Ochoa, their goalkeeper, had a good Brazil 2014 as well, and he showed there is spring in his 32-year-old heels when he tipped a Toni Kroos free kick onto the bar just before the break.
A frenetic finale saw substitute Julian Brandt smack the outside of the post with a thunderous effort from 20 yards.
One desperate last attack had Neuer come up for a corner, but a towering header from the veteran Marquez and subsequent claim from Ochoa allowed Mexico to close out an unforgettable triumph. West Ham striker Javier Hernandez was a buzzing nuisance at the spearhead of Mexico's attack with former Arsenal hope Carlos Vela finding space between Germany's lines and pulling them apart.
"I don't know if we've sent a message to other teams, but internally we've spread a clear message that that we can, and are completely capable of competing with anyone", defender Miguel Layun said after training Monday.