But back in Mexico, the aftershocks of celebration will likely continue through the week.
The world champions were beaten 1-0 by Mexico in their opening Group F match, increasing the pressure on them for their games against Sweden on Saturday and South Korea on 27 June. "We have tried to find points that we can improve and say our opinions honestly", said Neuer, one of a group of players in the German squad who won the 2014 World Cup.
Before Sunday's match, Mexico had never defeated Germany in an official competition.
For more sports coverage, visit the ABS-CBN Sports website. None of Kroos, Khedira or Joshua Kimmich had the legs to match the flying runs of Carlos Vela, Hirving Lozano, Miguel Layun and Hector Herrera, who overwhelmed the world champions in the centre of the park.
While the incident in Mexico City was not officially an quake, there is no denying the sheer euphoria Mexico felt after pulling one of the first major upsets in the 2018 World Cup, thereby placing them in a very secure position to advance to the Round-of-16 stage.
Top-selling German daily Bild declared on their website: "Embarrassing performance against Mexico: this crash causes us World Cup worry". "We are one team", Neuer said at a news conference in Moscow.
Coffins at DMZ to collect USA service members' remains from North Korea
Trump's remarks about the remains on June 20 were part of a broader description of progress made in North Korea. "That's OK. At the summit, Kim committed to "complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula", but no details were worked out.
"I don't quite understand we played the way we did today, because we had already had a shot across our bow (against Saudi Arabia)".
All throughout the World Cup there are numerous commercials aired showing how the entire planet seems to come to a halt once the tournament starts.
Germany must now worry about a similar outcome to their title defence and Sunday's defeat was their first opening day World Cup loss since Algeria claimed a shock win in 1982.
"I believe we have a relatively young team here".
However, they're clearly different from the kinds of earthquakes we usually talk about - those of natural origin - because they're not caused by tectonic or volcanic activity, and don't have a clear epicentre, since the agitation occurs at several points.