The PSV Eindhoven man created plenty of nuisance for the German defence as El Tri secured all three points in their first group stage fixture of the tournament.
And the talented footballer has Mino Raiola, a renowned name in the football world, as his agent. Which means, after having made a name for himself on the global stage, he now looks set for a move to a reputed club – possibly in the Premier League.
The Pachuca academy graduate has been on the radar of Everton for some time now, mainly because the Toffees’ new director of football is Marcel Brands, the man who brought him to PSV. Lozano though has also attracted interest from Liverpool and Arsenal.
With supernatural attacking instincts, some of which he showcased on Saturday, coming to the fore now, Lozano’s stocks are certainly poised to go up. And Raiola will surely be keeping his eyes wide open for exciting offers for the forward.
Speaking to the media before the World Cup meanwhile, Lozano had talked about his future.
“Brands brought me to PSV, I’m grateful, happy, but I’m not thinking about whether I’m an option [for Everton].
“If there is an option to leave we’ll decide what is the best decision for me and my family, but I’m concentrating on the national team.”
However, according to his father, his son, would be wise to stay in Serie A for a lengthier period of time.
Savic’s club Lazio are reportedly demanding €100 million for the midfielder and his father – Nikola Milinkovic, reckons the time is right for his son to join Juventus.
“Juventus would be the ideal team, perfect for him,” Nikola told Tuttosport.
“In Turin, at a club of great prestige that has dominated Calcio for years, he would have the opportunity to grow and improve again, to reach full maturity.
“After three seasons in Rome, Sergej knows Serie A perfectly, he has established himself and integrated in a big way, and has learned the language well.
“And they have high-level players like [Paulo] Dybala, Douglas Costa and more that can win the Scudetto, the Coppa Italia, and make an important contribution to he Champions League. Why not [win it]? Juve always go very far in this competition.
“And if he wins the most prestigious title, Sergej could also aim for the Ballon d’Or.”
Having said that, Nikola is of the view that a move to Spain in the future is a possibility and Sergej should try and follow former Los Blancos star Zinedine Zidane’s career path.
“He could reach Spain after he’s 25 years old [currently aged 23],” noted the player’s father.
“He will have completed his footballing maturity in Italy. Just as Zidane did.”
The summer transfer window for all international deals is open.
That has started a frenzy of speculation as players and coaches look for their next moves.
Across the world of football, there is plenty of activity and stories that have football fans talking.
Here, we look at the latest transfer deals that could happen very soon.
Liverpool could splash the cash and sign the Porto defensive star by triggering his £35 million (Dh170m) release clause this summer.
Portuguese publication A Bola reports that the 25-year-old, who has yet to win a cap for Portugal but is also eligible to play for Italy, is near the top of the Kop side’s remaining transfer wishlist.
Chelsea are also thought to be interested in his services as Porto are resigned to losing another star, following youngster Diogo Dalot’s recent move to Manchester United and Ricardo Pereira’s switch to Leicester City.
It is not yet known whether Telles, who previously played for Galatasaray and Inter Milan, has targeted a move to the Premier League.
West ham have edged a step closer and ahead of Everton in the race to land the towering Toulouse defender, L’Equipe reports.
The Hammers are set for a major summer makeover following a disappointing campaign last time out and Manuel Pellegrini’s big arrival to the London Stadium.
The Chilean has been handed an extensive financial warchest by the east London club’s hierarchy and wants to sign Diop, 21, who has emerged as one of the standout performers in Ligue 1 and also been capped at under-21 level by France.
Pellegrini wants to bring in up to seven players before the new season gets underway and has already acquired Ryan Fredericks on a free transfer from Fulham.