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Germany Wins World Cup for First Time in 24 Years

by WSJ Live 1:16 mins

Germany Wins World Cup for First Time in 24 Years

by WSJ Live 1:16 mins

Germany and Argentina met for a battle of titans in Brazil on Sunday for the 20th World Cup final. In the 113th minute, Germany’s Mario Götze sent an acrobatic goal past Argentinian goalkeeper Sergio Romero, winning the game 1-0 and making Germany the first European national team to lift the World Cup in the Americas. WSJ's Niki Blasina reports. (Photo: Getty)

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