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Joachim Low is confident that his Germany side can get the better of an Argentina side who have underwhelmed throughout the tournament, with Die Mannschaft having beaten Brazil by an incredible 7-1 scoreline in the semi-final.
“We know we can write history,” added the manager. “In the past, we never had a European team winning here. Latin Americans, on this continent, have dominated all the time. So why not? This could be considered an additional joy for us if we were to win as Europeans on Latin American soil.
“We don’t have any fear whatsoever. We have seen Argentina in this tournament putting in great performances. They have been very organised, far better organised in defence than four years ago, and this team is not only about Messi. If you believed it was, you’d be making a mistake. They have Di María, Agüero, Higuaín … it’s not a team dependent on Messi. He is a player who can really determine a match, of course, but this team is better organised and this is what they’ve shown over the tournament.
“I think it will be a gripping final. What we did to Brazil means nothing. This is going to be two teams at exactly the same level facing each other. We have the confidence and the respect for our opponents’ strength, but we believe if we can impose our game, we will win.”