Germany Wins The 2014 World Cup After A Goal By Mario Götze

A goal in the 112th minute gave Germany their fourth World Cup title.


This is the fourth World Cup title for Germany.

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Germany’s Manuel Neuer receives the Golden Gloves (best keeper) and Lionel Messi wins the Golden Ball as the tournament’s best player.

Germany wins the 2014 World Cup!

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112th minute: Mario Götze scores!!!!

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108th minute: A contested header leaves Schweinsteiger bloody.

Second half of extra time has started.

The first half of extra time is over. Still tied 0-0.

96th minute: Rodrigo Palacio misses a HUGE opportunity for Argentina.

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90th minute (in extra time): Sergio Romero with a massive save.

Extra time has started.

At the end of 90 minutes, we’re tied 0-0 and headed to extra time.

87th minute: Mario Götze subbed in for Miroslav Klose.

81st minute: Kroos misses a great opportunity from just outside the 18.

64th minute: Argentina’s Sergio Aguero receives a yellow card for a tackle on Schweinsteiger.

56th minute: German keeper Manuel Neuer punches the ball away with a flying knee to Gonzalo Higuaín’s face.

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50th minute: The sun setting over Christ the Redeemer.

46th minute: Messi with another great scoring opportunity, but misses wide.

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And the second half is underway!

Halftime: 0-0

Gonzalo Higuain’s no-goal back in the 29th minute:

30th minute: Christoph Kramer is subbed out and helped off the field.


Kramer on the ground, unable to get up.

28th minute: Bastian Schweinsteiger receives a yellow card.

16th minute: Christoph Kramer gets examined after taking a shoulder hit to his head.

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And the 2014 World Cup Final is underway!

Former Spanish player Carles Puyol and model Gisele Bündchen presenting the World Cup trophy.

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The starting lines for both teams:

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Kaká, Pelé, and David Beckham posing for pictures before the World Cup Final.

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Musician Carlinhos Brown and singer Shakira performed during the closing ceremony prior to the World Cup Final match.

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