They say politics — or is it soccer? — makes strange bedfellows. So it was that South Korea and Mexico celebrated Wednesday's World Cup matches together. The face of Germany goalkeeper Manuel Neuer said it all when South Korea's Kim Young-gwon, above left, scored his side's opening goal late in a Group F World Cup match in the Kazan Arena in Kazan, Russia. South Korea's 2-0 surprise victory ousted defending champion and four-time winner Germany and led to Mexico fans, at right, despite their team's stinging 3-0 loss to Sweden, rejoicing with an Asian man — we're left to assume he's a fan of South Korea — in Mexico City's main square, the Zocalo. He had little to celebrate. South Korea's victory saved Mexico's World Cup, but South Korea itself was eliminated. Coverage on C3