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And then there were two. Later tonight Germany and Argentina will meet once again in the final of the World Cup.
Twice in the late 1980’s and early 1990’s these two met on the biggest stage of them all with a Maradona inspired Argentina claiming the 1986 showpiece and a dour final four years later going the way of the Germans.
24 years on and the pair are set to meet again. Germany will begin the match as favourites after their 7-1 demolition job of hosts Brazil in the semi-final.
Prior to that Joachim Low’s men had dispatched Portugal with ease, drawn with Ghana, hung on against both the USA and Algeria and shown their tactical nous against the French.
This Germany side, which in addition to their 1990 success has also beaten Argentina in the last two world cup’s, has scored a recording breaking 17 goals so far in the tournament, 5 of which can be attributed to Golden Ball contender Thomas Muller.
Argentina meanwhile have been stubborn rather than inspirational on their way to the final.
The group stages saw Lionel Messi inspired wins over Iran, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Nigeria before others, most notably Angel di Maria, Gonzalo Higuain and Javier Mascherano, stepped up to the mark in the knock out stage wins over Switzerland, Belgium and Holland.
Manager Alejandro Sabella, poised to step down from his role regardless of the result on Sunday, has a number of worries ahead of the game with Di Maria struggling with a thigh injury and left back Marcos Rojo a minor doubt with an ankle injury.
Sergio Aguero is expected to be fit however and could start.
Germany’s only concern for the game revolves around quarter-final hero Mats Hummels.
The Borussia Dortmund defender, scorer of the only goal in the success over France, is struggling with a knee complaint but is expected to be fit to take his place.
If either sides win then they will have won the modern day version of the Jules Rimet trophy three times, however FIFA have confirmed that on this occasion they cannot keep the biggest prize in football, not that it will bother either nation too much.