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26 Best Memes of Germany Beating Argentina in the World Cup Final

Posted on 14 Jul, 2014, by in Soccer

It’s over. Germany are the world champions, beating Argentina in the final. Lionel Messi wins the award for best player and no one understands why. Cristiano Ronaldo, obviously, gets mentioned as well. Meme and joke makers didn’t forget about him as well. More

Match Highlights – Germany vs Argentina

Posted on 13 Jul, 2014, by in Soccer

For a fourth time and first in 24 years, Germany are the World Champions after beating Argentina 1-0 in the final, thanks to a Mario Gotze goal in the 113rd minute, deep into extra time, capping off the 2014 World Cup by beating the two football giants of South American football. More

10 Most Valuable Players in the 2014 World Cup

Posted on 12 Jun, 2014, by in Featured, Soccer

The World Cup is about a lot of things, but also star power, including the value of these football superstars. The top 10 most valuable players in this tournament come from six different nations: Brazil (Hulk, Neymar), Argentina (Lionel Messi), Portugal (Cristiano Ronaldo), Spain (Andres Iniesta, Cesc Fabregas) and Uruguay (Edinson Cavani, Luis Suarez). More

Marco Reus – Not Everyone Wants to Leave Dortmund for Bayern Munich

Posted on 14 Jan, 2014, by in Soccer

Last summer Mario Gotze left Borussia Dortmund to Bayern Munich for €37 million, leaving a lot of angry people behind him. Robert Lewandowski has taken the same route, for free, but will join his new team next season. Marco Reus, the biggest star of Die Schwarzgelben, has no plans to take the same route. More

Bayern Munich – Mario Götze Is Just Getting Started

Posted on 1 Dec, 2013, by in Soccer

It was Arjen Robben who scored both goals for Bayern Munich in their most recent win, extending their conquering form in the German Bundesliga this season, but Mario Götze is the player that at the moment makes the difference between a hungry and dangerous side to the one we saw in the second half, that’s simply content with winning and moving on to the next helpless victim that gets in their way of European domination. More

Bayern Munich – Pep Guardiola Wants More

Posted on 24 Oct, 2013, by in Soccer

Winning 5-0 and still going undefeated in both the Bundesliga and the Champions League isn’t enough for Pep Guardiola. He was brought to Bayern Munich to build a dynasty, growing on the success of last year. Winning comfortably against the Czech champions is no cause for celebration. More

Bayern Munich – Mario Götze Shows He’s Worth the Wait

Posted on 20 Oct, 2013, by in Soccer

To say Mario Götze hasn’t really shown anything in Bayern Munich uniform so far would be an understatement, but there’s just too much talent between the young German’s feet to hide for much longer, and now that the injures have wore off, suddenly the European champions find themselves with a player who doesn’t need more than a second to set up the likes of Arjen Robben, Thomas Muller and Mario Mandzukic with easy scoring opportunities. More

The Never Ending List of German Attacking Midfielders

Posted on 25 Sep, 2013, by in Soccer

The revolution that German football has undergone over the last seven or eight years hasn’t been demonstrated with titles for the national team (yet), but the success of Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League, relying on German players and not just a horde of foreigners, is due to the immense pool of talent, especially in attacking midfield positions, the country currently has to offer. More

Marco Reus – The Best Player in Germany, Not Mesut Ozil

Posted on 10 Sep, 2013, by in Soccer

It is hard to understand sometimes when a player of Mesut Ozil’s caliber actually leaves a club like Real Madrid, but he isn’t the best player in the world, or the best one on the German national team. It’s not Mario Gotze, which was something Dortmund fans claimed for a couple of years. Marco Reus, usually in the shadow of the two, is the correct answer. More

10 Most Expensive Football Transfers in Summer 2013

Posted on 4 Sep, 2013, by in Soccer

Even though the English Premier League is the richest in the world, only one signing among the top 10 most expensive football transfers of the summer in 2013 was made by an English club, while Paris Saint-German and Monaco (both with two signings) make it look like the French league is much stronger than it really is. More