Germany vs Argentina, FIFA World Cup Final: No Pressure on Us, Says Bastian Schweinsteiger

Germany will take on Argentina for the FIFA World Cup 2014 trophy but Bastian Schweinsteiger said his side is pumped and feeling no stress.

updated: July 12, 2014 23:45 IST
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Germany's Bastian Schweinsteiger during a press conference ahead of his team's title clash against Argentina.


Rio de Janeiro: Germany midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger said on Saturday that his side will be under "no pressure" when they tackle Argentina in Sunday's World Cup final at the Maracana. (Full preview of FIFA World Cup final)

"We're looking forward to it. There's huge anticipation and joy. We have no pressure," Schweinsteiger told a press conference at the iconic Rio de Janeiro stadium. (Also read: Argentina coach to step down after final, says agent)

Striker Miroslav Klose is the only survivor in the Germany squad from the team beaten 2-0 by Brazil in the 2002 final, but Schweinsteiger says that his team-mates have sufficient experience of major games.

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