Sweden boss Janne Andersson clashes with Germany business manager Oliver Bierhoff after Toni Kroos’ last-gasp strike gives world champions dramatic victory

The Germans were accused of "disrespect" and making gestures at the Swedish management, as they ran up to their opponents' bench to celebrate Toni Kroos' dramatic last-gasp winner.
One of the Swedish coaching staff was seen shoving a German staffer as Leeds defender Pontus Jansson was among those running towards the Germany bench.
Kroos' curling free-kick winner for the reigning world champions kept them alive in the tournament after defeat to Mexico in the opening match.
And in an emotional game that saw Jerome Boateng sent off and Sweden denied a clear penalty, the two sets of management squared up.
According to Swedish publication Expressen, the 55-year-old accused Germany of disrespect in their celebrations.
Andersson said: "At the end of the game there were a couple of Germans who ran and acted disrespectfully.
"They mocked us and made signs at us. You should not do that - so I got p***ed off."
"I shouted 'Where's the damn respect?'"
Bierhoff's role in the German camp has nothing to do with coaching or tactics, but more squad management, public relations and general details relating to the team environment.
Germany boss Joachim Low said: “Who made any gestures? Did I make a gesture? I didn’t witness that. We were concentrated on other things.
“We fell into each others arms and just hugged each other. We were just elated. I didnt see any aggressive gestures at their bench at all.”
Kroos’ injury time free kick means that Germany need to better Sweden’s result against Mexico in their final game against South Korea to go through.
Sweden had taken the lead after 32 minutes through Oli Toivonen before Marco Reus equalised three minutes into the second-half.
Sweden also had what appeared to be a clear penalty turned down and not even referred through VAR when Jerome Boateng pushed and tripped Marcus Berg.
Andersson said: “I have not watched it but the people on my team who have say this is a clear penalty.
“If you have this system it is unfortunate that he feels so secure in the situation not to have a look.”