by Wadsam | July 14, 2014 4:11 am
Tied after 105 minutes, Germany used a late goal from substitute Mario Gotze in the second half of extra time and lift the trophy.
Neither Germany nor Argentina could break the deadlock and the game seemed to be going to a penalty shoot-out until Germany took the lead in the 113th minute.
Argentina forward Gonzalo Higuain missed a glorious chance when Germany’s Toni Kroos lost his bearings and sent a header back over his central defenders and straight to Higuain. Causing an utter disappointment, Higuain dragged the ball horribly wide.
Germany were crowned world champions for the fourth time.
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