Epic World Cup 2014 Final Ends in Extra Time

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1 Epic World Cup 2014 Final Ends in Extra Time

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Germany's Toni Kroos (18) jumps above Argentina's Lionel Messi (10) to head the ball during the World Cup final soccer match between Germany and Argentina at the Maracana Stadium in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Sunday, July 13, 2014. 2

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Fans of Germany react as they watch the 2014 World Cup final between Germany and Argentina at a public screening of the match in Berlin. 3

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From right, Argentina's goalkeeper Sergio Romero makes a save from Germany's forward Thomas Mueller as Argentina's midfielder Lucas Biglia and Germany's forward Miroslav Klose look on. 4

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Germany's Bastian Schweinsteiger, right, is tackled by Argentine's Javier Mascherano, center, and Lucas Biglia. 5

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Argentina's forward Gonzalo Higuain, left, and Germany's goalkeeper Manuel Neuer vie for the ball. 6

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Pablo Zabaleta of Argentina challenges Andre Schuerrle of Germany. 7

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A fan of Argentina reacts while watching a broadcast of the World Cup final at the Argentine Embassy in Brasilia. 8

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Wunderbar: Germany's Mario Gotze scored with a brilliant finish to put his team ahead in the dying minutes of the World Cup final against Argentina tonight 9

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Goal! Mario Gotze of Germany scores his team's first goal past Sergio Romero of Argentina in extra time 10

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Germany's forward Mario Goetze, center, shoots and scores past Argentina's goalkeeper Sergio Romero during extra time. Germany won 1-0 11

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Celebrations: Gotze celebrates scoring his team's first goal with Thomas Mueller in the dying minutes of the World Cup final 12

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World Cup Winner: Gotze looks to the heavens after scoring the goal that would net his team the World Cup 13

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Vital goal: Gotze celebrates with (left to right) Andre Schuerrle, Benedikt Hoewedes and Thomas Mueller after scoring during extra-time 15

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Pablo Zabaleta of Argentina, left, walks past celebrating German players after Germany beat Argentina 1-0 in the World Cup final. 16

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The agony and the ecstasy: While the Germans celebrate Gotze's goal, the Argentine players seemed stunned to have conceded so late on 17

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Relief: German star Bastian Schweinsteiger cries tears of happiness as he celebrates defeating Argentina 1-0 18

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A kiss for the victor: Gotze hugs his girlfriend Ann-Kathrin Brommel after winning the match for Germany with his coolly-taken goal 19

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Winners: German Chancellor Angela Merkel congratulates Schweinsteiger after the team's victory. 20

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Despondent: A dejected Lionel Messi bows his head as the final whistle blows, confirming his team's defeat at the hands of the Germans 22

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Disbelief: Messi appeared stunned and close to tears as the Germans marked their win, having blasted the ball over the bar in the last seconds of the match 23

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24 Argentina players watch Germany players celebrate winning the 2014 World Cup final at the Maracana stadium in Rio de Janeiro July 13, 2014.

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Comiserations: Bastian Schweinsteiger comforts Lionel Messi - who had been hoping to emulate the feats of the great Diego Maradon by winning the World Cup 25

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Longed for: Gotze kisses the World Cup trophy after scoring the decisive goal in the 113th minute 26

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Precious: Mats Hummels and Andre Schurrle can scarcely believe the famous trophy is finally in their hands 27

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Team spirit: Gotze and his girlfriend Ann-Kathrin Broemmel chat with teammate Jerome Boateng's children after their 1-0 victory over Argentina 28

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On a wing and a flare: German fans celebrate as the final whistle blows in the Maracana 29

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Elated: After nervously seeing out the final moments of the game, the German team and their fans burst into wild celebrations as the final whistle blew 30

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Hopes of a nation: The win saw Germany lift their fourth World Cup, and their first as a united country 32

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On top of the world: Germany's players hold their trophy up high as they celebrate becoming the first European team to win the World Cup in South America 33

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Ticker tape parade: Philipp Lahm lifts the World Cup trophy as the team celebrate the dramatic win 34

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Overjoyed: Germany 'keeper Manuel Neuer said that his team would be celebrating 'for at least five weeks now' 35

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Differing emotions: Manuel Neuer holds the Golden Glove trophy as Messi fails to raise a smile despite winning the Golden Ball trophy 36

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The longest walk: Messi walks up the tribune to collect the second place trophy 37

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Bringing glamour to the proceedings: Columbian singer Shakira wowed fans as she joined forces with Carlinhos Brown (left) 38

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Daring: The singers performed their song Dare, accompanied by a host of samba dancers and musicians 39

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Repeat performance: This is the third World Cup in which Shakira has performed. She met her partner, Spain's Gerard Pique, during the 2010 tournament in South Africa 40

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Star: The blonde singer and mother-of-one wowed fans in her eye-catching red sequinned outfit 41

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Putting on a show: Keepy uppy experts in Germany and Argentina kits show off their skills as Shakira performs 42

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World Cup 2014 - FIFA Golden Ball shortlist 43

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Angel Di Maria (Argentina) 44

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Mats Hummels (Germany) 45

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Toni Kroos (Germany) 46

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Philipp Lahm (Germany) 47

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Javier Mascherano (Argentina) 48

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Lionel Messi (Argentina) 49

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Thomas Muller (Germany) 50

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Neymar (Brazil) 51

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Arjen Robben (Netherlands) 52

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James Rodriguez (Colombia) 7/14/2014??? Kaohsiung Taiwan R.O.C All photos were taken from Yahoo New,Daily Mail,NBC News,..Internet. THE END 53