Germany vs Argentina 2014 Highlights World Cup Final Trophy Presentation Gotze Goal Argentina Missed Chances Video

By Soccer Blog | Jul 14, 2014

Germany vs Argentina 2014 (Germany Argentina VIDEO BELOW)

Maracana Stadium, Rio de Janeiro- 13 July, 2014- 20.00 UK KO- WC 2014 Final- 13/7/14

Argentina pay the price for missed chances with Higuain, Messi and Palacio all guilty as Germany become the third successive European nation to lift the World Cup

Extended English commentary, 17:44 duration

English comms, Trophy presentation by Dilma Roussef and Sepp Blatter, 11:37 duration

Gotze winning goal, 1:13 duration

Alternate English, 18:12 duration

Germany vs Argentina 1-0 (Mario Gotze goal vs Argentina 113′)

Germany v Argentina 2014 World Cup final attendance:- 74,738 (Referee- Rizzoli)

Germany starting lineup vs Argentina World Cup 2014:- Neuer, Howedes, Boateng, Hummels, Lahm, Kramer, Schweinsteiger, Ozil, Kroos, Muller, Klose

Argentina starting XI v Germany WC 2014 final:- Romero, Rojo, Zabaleta, Demichelis, Biglia, Perez, Mascherano, Garay, Messi, Higuain, Lavezzi

(Credits of these Germany Argentina Highlights Videos with respective third party uploaders. Soccer Blogger is not responsible for third party content)

2 Comments so far
  1. Sean July 14, 2014 9:40 am

    Argentina lost it themselves. Higuain should have taken advantage of Kroos’ mistake earlier and Palacio (dear lord, what’s that ponytail doing?) should’ve also scored. Aguero was very poor, obvious that he was not match fit.

    Credit to Germany, they looked fitter during extra time. And commiserations to Kramer who got concussed after Garay got him. Why was he on the field for so long though after the injury?

  2. Sven July 14, 2014 1:32 pm

    Thank you Brazil for a wonderful time!

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