World Cup: Germany 1-0 Argentina (AET) – Super Mario Fires Germans To Glory In Rio (Photos & Highlights)

Alan Duffy

13th, July 2014


By Alan Duffy

Germany 1-0 Argentina – World Cup Final – 13th July 2014


And so a quite superb World Cup comes to an end with Germany, the best team in the tournament, deservedly lifting the trophy and thus becoming the first European side to win it in the Americas.

Sub Mario Goetze’s extra-time goal, courtesy of a sublime finish after a clever pass from Andre Schurrle, was enough to secure the win for Jogi Loew’s charges after an enthralling game at the Maracana.

While Germany had more of the ball, Argentina always looked threatening on the break and overall it was the

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  1. Fnarfid Luiz says:

    I don’t rate this world cup very high. How many memorable matches were there when neither Brazil (Mexico, Chile, Germany) or Germany (Ghana, Brazil, Argentina) were involved? Holland-Spain, maybe England-Uruguay, Holland-Mexico? That’s 7 out of 64. Especially the knock-out stages were drab in my opinion.

  2. trt says:

    @Fnarfid Luiz
    Firstly: That’s 9 that you mentioned.
    Secondly: I disagree. There were many more memorable games. Apart from almost every Germany match, Netherlands vs Australia, USA vs Ghana and Columbia matches were quite exciting as well.
    Although I do feel disappointed by Argentina and Belgium who played as if their plan was to make opposing team want the game to finish already as it was boring and dull as hell, and then score right at the end when no one expects anything interesting to happen.

  3. klugscheisser says:

    firstly: that’s 8 he mentioned.
    secondly: i disagree. there were many more memorable games.
    thirdly: “Des interessiert mi alles net, der Sch***dreck. Weltmeister san ma, den Pott ham ma”

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