- A group of young children perfectly recreated Toni Kroos' 2018 FIFA World Cup goal against Sweden
- The Real Madrid star netted one of the best freekicks in World Cup history after bending it to the far corner to secure Germany victory four years ago
- Germany were eliminated at the group stage of the tournament after losing their final game against South Korea
Toni Kroos scored one of the best freekick goals in the history of the FIFA World Cup against Sweden in 2018.
The Real Madrid star perfectly executed a training ground-practiced freekick after first rolling the ball to Marco Reus before curling it home.
In a video posted on social media, a group of young kids recreated the historic moment, with precise delivery.
The goal came in the 95th minute as Germany came from a goal down to defeat Sweden in the second Group F game in Russia 2018.
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Ola Toinvonen had given Sweden the lead in the first half before Marco Reus levelled three minutes after the break.
Despite the victory and Germany being defending champions at the tournament, the European giants shockingly lost their final group game to exit the competition in the first round.
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Since joining Real Madrid in 2014 from Bayern Munich, the 32-year-old has been an important member of Los Blancos' squad.
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