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German players go wild after WC win

WIR SIND WELTMEISTER! Selfies and best celebrations after Germany's 2014 World Cup win

July 15, 2014 By Michelle Bonsu
After 24 years, Germany finally have won their fourth World Cup, and the players were happy to put on a good show for their delighted fans in the nation's capital.

On July 13th, Germany finally achieved what they had been searching for for over two decades--their fourth World Cup trophy.

Die Mannschaft became the first European side to ever win the iconic prize in South America, and even more impressively easily dispatched hosts Brazil 7-1 in the semi-finals en route to defeating another South American powerhouse--Lionel Messi's Argentina--thanks to a late goal from Bayen Munich's Mario Gotze.

Not surprisingly, the entire nation was in raptures as they welcomed their footballing heroes and the players themselves were more than happy to celebrate with a slew of selfies and more amusingly, some amusing performances that showed that quite a few of them actually have some serious swag.

For quite a few members of the squad, notably the Bayern Munich contingent including players like Philipp Lahm, Manuel Neuer, Thomas Muller, Bastian Schweinsteiger, and the Real Madrid-bound Toni Kroos, things have been quite favorable for them as of late since they have now won the Champions League and the World Cup within just the past two years.

Footballers or pop stars? Arsenal's Per Mertesacker and Mesut Ozil show off their moves on stage:

Another shot of the dance routine, which also features Sami Khedira:

Captain Philipp Lahm might be smaller than his teammates, but the power of the iconic World Cup trophy was enough to leave them floored in awe:

And, of course, the photos...

Goalscorer Mario Gotze with the trophy and teammates Schurrle and Ozil (via Instagram)

 

 

 

 


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