Thousands of football fans had gathered in the capital to watch Mexico's surprise 1-0 win over World Cup holders Germany.
Germany came close to levelling late in the half when a Toni Kroos free kick was touched on to the bar by goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa, and they gradually took command once Marco Reus joined the fray after an hour and introduced some pace to their attack.
The highly-rated PSV Eindhoven forward struck the victor on 35 minutes after a blistering counter-attack at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow as Mexico beat Germany for just the second time in history. But this milestone victory, Mexico's first over Germany in a competitive match - and first in any game since 1985 - gave hope El Tri could one day rise to the top.
Germany's defense of the World Cup got off to the worst possible start as Joachim Low's men stuttered to defeat against a Mexico side that most observers expected them to ease past comfortably.
Out of all of Germany's players, Ozil struggled the most against this approach.
"It's an unfamiliar situation", he said, while insisting the team "has enough experience to not go under with one defeat".
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Mexico know they are not favourites, but a good performance would be a strong statement to start the World Cup. Defending champions of World Cups haven't had a good time defending their title in the recent past, and Germany's defeat will put them under enormous pressure to turn things around in little time.
Mexico coach Juan Carlos Osorio dedicated the win to the fans.
Hirving Lozano was the hero as the striker's first half strike proved the difference between the two sides.
Finishing second in the group could well mean facing Brazil rather than Switzerland or Serbia in the next round. They won the ball high up the field; a few passes later, Hirving Lozano had turned Mesut Ozil inside out and given el Tri their lead .
Three of the previous four defending World Cup champions failed to reach the knockout stages, France, Italy and Spain.
Paez described the game as a welcome distraction from Mexico's upcoming July 1 presidential election.
Elsewhere Manuel Neuer continues his road to recovery after featuring in his first game for eight months against Austria earlier this month, and he makes the final cut for Germany, starting between the sticks in his 77th appearance for the national side.