World Cup 2014 Final Winner Unbelievable, Says Mario Goetze

After replacing Miroslav Klose in the 88th minute of the World Cup final against Argentina, Mario Goetze's historic moment arrived seven minutes from the end of extra time when he chested down a cross from Andre Schuerrle and lashed a volley past Sergio Romero.

updated: July 14, 2014 19:14 IST
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Mario Goetze celebrates the only goal scored in the FIFA World Cup 2014 final match between Germany vs Argentina.

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Rio de Janeiro: World Cup final match-winner Mario Goetze said he felt "unbelievable" after scoring the extra-time goal that gave Germany a 1-0 win over Argentina on Sunday. (Highlights)

"It's an unbelievable feeling," said the Bayern Munich forward after etching his name into World Cup legend at the iconic Maracana.(Five Moments Where Germany Trumped Argentina)

"I don't know how to describe it. You just score that goal and you don't really know what's happening after that. (Lionel Messi Squanders Chance to Join the Greats)

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