The moment that won the 2014 World Cup Final- Mario Gotze goal vs Argentina Video GIF

By Soccer Blog | Jul 14, 2014

This Mario Gotze goal vs Argentina (VIDEO BELOW) was the goal that won the World Cup for Germany, breaking their 24 year drought in the competition. Gotze’s goal against Argentina came in the 113th minute of the game at Rio’s iconic Maracana Stadium on 13th July, 2014, and it was a great chest down and volley from the Bayern Munich star, who came on as a substitute for Miroslav Klose in the game.

1:14 duration, English commentary

GIF of Gotze’s goal v Argentina

Video GIF- Gotze World Cup winning goal- Germany 1-0 Argentina Gotze 113′

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2 Comments so far
  1. Kurt July 15, 2014 12:08 am

    Thanks for posting this. I just had to see it again to really see what happened on that play. I thought Argentina’s defense broke down when I saw the game originally but after seeing that final run, it’s clear that everything worked perfectly for Germany on that final run.

    I’m not sure what I’m more impressed with – the goal or that incredible pass through two defenders and later a third defender (at just the right angle).

    Stunning pass, incredible goal. Can’t really fault the goalie. Goalkeepers have to guess left or right in a split second. Going crosspost at such an angle – the goalie played the odds here. Really… a well-deserved goal no matter who you were rooting for.

  2. Shibu ninan July 15, 2014 7:17 am

    Congrajulation for the German Team
    Messi is not capable for the Golden Boot – Because any person who have seen the Final match will never accept Messi to be given the Golden Boot
    This was a very bad decision from the FIFA Committee

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