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ITS Germany!! : Germany Win The World Cup After Late Gotze Goal

Germany are the 2014 world cup champions after defeating Argentina by one goal scored by Mario Gotze in extra time.

Argentina and Germany were locked at 0-0 at fulltime time in the World Cup final but Mario Gotze scored a late winner at Extra Time to help Germany win the World Cup.
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Despite Germany having gone into the game on the back of a 7-1 humiliation of Brazil, it was Argentina who had the better chances in the first half – with Gonzalo Higuain breaching goalkeeper Manuel Neuer’s net, only for the goal to be ruled offside.

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Thousands had crammed into the world-famous Maracana stadium in Rio de Janeiro, with millions more tuning in around the globe and fan parks packed on Copacabana beach, Berlin and Buenos Aires.

A 79,000 sellout crowd watched the game from inside the ground, while up to a billion more were expected to tune in on television, potentially making it the most-watched sporting event ever.

Unfortunately it was the late goal by Mario Gotze that shut Messi’s and Argentinas dream to win a world. What a beauty they called it after a great pass from Chelsea player Andre Schurler.


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Bosnia Fans Start Petition To Remove Referee Who Officiated Their 1-0 Loss To Nigeria From World Cup


A petition for referee Peter O’Leary to be removed from the World Cup has received 20,000 signatures from Bosnia fans after his performance in their 1-0 defeat to Nigeria.


The New Zealand official drew fierce criticism for his decision to disallow Edin Dzeko’s early strike during Saturday’s Group F clash in Cuiaba.

O’Leary also appeared to miss a foul on Emir Spahic in the build-up to Peter Odemwingie’s winning goal, which saw Bosnia exit the tournament.

And afterwards a picture of the referee appeared, seemingly celebrating with Nigeria goalkeeper Vincent Enyeama.

Unsurprisingly Safet Susic’s side were furious and one fan sent a petition to FIFA – with it now having received 20,000 signatures.

Alongside O’Leary being removed from the rest of the World Cup, they also want the result to be changed to 1-1, meaning they are still in the tournament.

After the game, Manchester City striker Dzeko slammed the referee’s performance as “shameful”.

He said: “We should have won the game. But the referee was shameful.

“We are going home, we are sad because of that. But this referee should be going home, too.

“He changed the game. That’s why we lost. It was obviously a foul on our captain and before, when I scored the goal, it was never offside.”

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[IN PICTURES] : The Super Eagles Fail To Fly Against Iran In 1st World Cup Draw

The first draw of the World Cup – and a goalless one at that – leaves Bosnia and Herzegovina even more likely to qualify from Group F behind favourites Argentina if they can avoid defeat to Nigeria in Cuiaba on Saturday.


The reigning African champions knew that this was arguably their best chance of a first World Cup win in eight attempts going back to 1998 when Iran also celebrated their solitary victory over the USA, but neither did enough in a disappointing encounter.

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[Video] Teacher Wanjiku Is Off To Brazil

Former Churchill show comedian Wanjiku the teacher who has been under  radar for sometime now is ready to represent  the Kenyan teachers at the 2014 world cup in Brazil.

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The comedian teacher has decided to leave for the world cup games that are scheduled to start on Thursday 12th June , a time that the students in school really need her most. She  is fully aware off the implications of her actions and therefore she has sent a message in for of a video to the KNUT secretary-general Wilson Sossion.

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