Watch Germany Vs. Argentina Live Stream, 2014 World Cup Final

Watch the Germany vs. Argentina live stream, as they battle it out in the grand finale of the 2014 World Cup. Brazil has provided no short amount of drama and we can expect the same for the final match.

After a month of electric games and rising stars, it comes down to Germany vs. Argentina, the two teams that have made it to the last match of the 2014 World Cup. Both teams have something to prove in this final as Argentina and Germany are looking to recapture their old glory days.

Argentina hasn’t been in a World Cup final since 1990, when they coincidentally lost to then West Germany. There is a score to settle. Germany has not won a title after reunification and was a runner up last in 2002 against Brazil.

Clearly both teams are after a vindication with history. However, Germany has been a runner up in four different occasions (1966, 1982, 1986, and 2002) and it is tired of playing the bridesmaid. Argentina took second place in 1930 and 1990.

If you watch the Germany vs. Argentina live stream, you can see history being made, no matter who wins. With five titles won between these countries, one will add to that tally and get closer to Brazil — who is the winningest World Cup title holder with five. If Argentina wins, it will tie West Germany, which has won three times.

Germany’s defender Philipp Lahm puts in words what the rest of his team and the nation is going through in anticipation of the World Cup final against Argentina:

“We are one step away from letting our dream come true, the goal that we all share. And if you are that close, there is only one thing you can do: full concentration, focus on the moment – that is how it will be on Sunday. To finally be able to bring the trophy, that we have wanted for such a long time and for which we have worked so hard, back to Germany.”

If you watch the Germany vs. Argentina live stream, you will see two teams completely focused on the task at hand: winning the World Cup title for their country and themselves. If Germany wins in Brazil, aside from adding to their already existing tally, they would become the first European team to win in South America.

Many records are awaiting to be broken in the 2014 World Cup final and no doubt we will see new heroes be crowned in the epic match. With two football superpowers, it promises to be an exciting game. Watch the Germany vs. Argentina live stream in the 2014 World Cup final here and at in Spanish. Kick-off is at 3 pm ET from the historic Maracana in Rio de Janeiro.

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