Germany’s Mario Gotze scored the first goal of the game for Germany in the 112th minute of the World Cup final against Argentina to put them up 1-0.
Pablo Zabaleta is a starting midfielder for Argentina and contributed to their extraordinary run to the World Cup final.
Soccer never looked so good.
Germany’s Christoph Kramer took a hard hit to the face by Argentina’s Eziquiel Garay in the first 31 minutes of the World Cup final.
Germany’s young substitute Christoph Kramer was in for Sami Khedira when he got elbowed in the head and taken off in the first 31 minutes of the final game.
German midfielder Sami Khedira was pulled from the team’s lineup minutes before the World Cup final against Argentina because of a calf injury.
The best pictures and biggest moments from the 2014 World Cup Final.
With an extra time winner from Mario Gotze, Germany won the World Cup in the most dramatic way imaginable. Here’s how it went down in Rio.
Javier Mascherano is Argentina’s top defensive midfielder with clutch plays in the final games leading up to the World Cup final against Germany.
Mats Hummels is about to play the most important game of his professional career so far as he and the rest of the German National Team prepare to fight Team Argentina for the 2014 FIFA World Cup.
There’s the prestige of being able to say you are a World Cup winner, but then there’s also the cash prize to consider.
Not near a television? You don’t need to miss the action.
The Hoff is rooting for Germany in a big way.
Philipp Lahm is the German national team’s fearless captain and will be leading Germany into the finals of the 2014 FIFA World Cup as their strongest defender.
German midfielder Julian Draxler is one of the youngest players in the World Cup and one of the biggest up-and-coming stars in Europe.