Germany, Latvia, Lithuania and Montenegro were the first four teams to book their tickets to the Second Round of the FIBA Basketball World Cup 2023 on Sunday after two wins in a row in their respective groups. Four of the 16 berths in the Second Round have now been secured after three days of action at the 19th World Cup. FIBA World Cup 2023: Bruno Fernando steers Angola past Philippines A number of teams can join Germany, Latvia, Lithuania and Montenegro on the fourth day on Monday. Here is how the four teams made it to the Second Round. Germany Germany followed up their opening victory over Japan with a nailbiter 85-82 win over Australia and secured a spot in the second group stage with a 2-0 mark in Group E. ALSO READ: FIBA World Cup 2023: Puerto Rico edge South Sudan after overtime The Germans, led by star guard Dennis Schroder, have righted the wrong from the 2019 World Cup, when they failed to advance from the First Round. Latvia Debutants Latvia have done it - reaching the Second Round in their first World Cup. The northern Europeans started the campaign with their first-ever win over Lebanon and then shocked France 88-86 to move to 2-0 in Group H. Latvia's win also eliminated the French from the title contention. Lithuania Lithuania have reached the top 16 teams for the fifth straight World Cup - and sixth time in six appearances - after easing past Mexico 96-66 in Group D. The Lithuanians will not be happy about just reaching the Second Round as they have moved onto the Quarter-Finals four times, including taking third place in 2010 and finishing fourth in 2014. ALSO READ: FIBA World Cup 2023 tips off, here is what you need to know Montenegro Montenegro will match up against Lithuania for the top spot in Group D after they also improved to 2-0 to secure their best-ever performance after taking 25th place in their debut in 2019. Montenegro defeated Egypt 89-74 after they rolled past Mexico 91-71 in their opener. Eliminated Four teams are out of contention for the title: France, Finland, Egypt and Mexico.