Lozano's 19 goals and 11 assists last term bode well for his future, but his biggest statement undoubtedly came against Germany, and the world's eyes will now be transfixed on him in their next clash against South Korea on Saturday.
"It was a wake-up call and there has never been such strong communication within the team as after the game against Mexico".
Thousands of exuberant Mexican soccer fans took to the streets Sunday to cheer their national team's long-shot win against Germany in Mexico's first match of the 2018 World Cup soccer tournament. Magazine Sports Bild commented "There were no world champions to be seen on the pitch" in a damning verdict on the below-par performance.
Lozano, 22, is a hot name right now having scored the winning goal in Mexico's stunning World Cup victory over Germany on Sunday, and he terrorised Joshua Kimmich throughout with his pace.
"We lacked courage, identity, and confidence against Mexico", Neuer said.
Die Mannschaft was slammed by the German media for a awful first-half performance when their defence was brutally riped apart by Mexico's counter attacks.
When centre back Mats Hummels lost possession deep in the Mexican half, Javier Hernandez was released through the middle. "As proceedings are ongoing please understand we can not comment further at this stage", Federation Internationale de Football Association said in a statement.
Marquez played for Barcelona between 2003 and 2010 and plans to retire after the World Cup.
"I am incredibly happy", said Rodolfo Pulido, 47, who watched the match with his girlfriend and son on a Father's Day outing.
For the time being, Lozano's focus will be on helping Mexico qualify for the last 16 at the World Cup.
"We didn't mince words, because we want to make things better against Sweden".
"Tomorrow we have to look forward and put this behind us".