"It (the Mexico match) is like a last 16 game, we know we have to win to go through".
The third and final round of the World Cup 2018 is underway.
After their shock opening loss to Mexico, who have guaranteed their place in the last 16, Germany need to match or better Sweden's result against the Mexicans in order to ensure progression.
Germany's path to the second round is littered with obstacles.
"They put in a very good performance against Germany", said Andersson.
Germany are now three points behind Group F leaders Mexico and will play South Korea in Kazan on Wednesday.
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If Mexico and South Korea both win, Mexico would win the group and every other team would be tied with three points. If the matches finish with the same score, Germany will finish second because they beat Sweden.
Sweden coach Janne Andersson said he would have had to be "emotionally dead" not to react what he described as "provocation" from the German camp after Toni Kroos' late goal gave the reigning world champions Germany a 2-1 victory on Saturday.
The Borussia Dortmund forward missed Brazil 2014 with torn ankle ligaments, Euro 2016 with a groin problem and Germany's 2017 Confederations Cup triumph with torn knee ligaments. They played two games and have two wins and well done. On top of that, Korea have no intention of making Germany's task any easier.
Former Germany worldwide Mario Basler compared Ozil's body language to that of a dead frog following his below-par performance against Mexico.
"We were a strong group from day one, and obviously this can help".
"We'd have to take full advantage of that with our quick counter-attacks through Seungwoo or Seonmin".