German Machines Rule The World

A 113th minute goal from Mario Gotze was all that separated the German national team from their Argentine counterparts, giving them a hard earned victory in the final match of the 2014 FIFA World Cup.
The match had ended goalless in regulation time, prompting the need for extra time.
Gotze scored from a cross delivered by Andre Schurrle, changing the mood of Argentine fans in the capacity filled Maracana Stadium in Rio de Janeiro.
It is the first time a European country would win the World Cup on South American soil and also the first World Cup won since Germany’s unification.
Though Argentine captain, Lionel Messi failed to equal Diego Maradona’s record, he won the Golden ball while German goalkeeper, Manuel Nuer got the golden glove for his exploits including four clean sheets at the competition.

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