Germany vs Argentina World Cup 2014: Best memes and Tweets, including Lukas Podolski selfie with Angela Merkel
A look at the best offerings on social media as Germany win the World Cup
It's been the tournament of Twitter.
Every kick, goal and controversial moment has been discussed and shared across the social media platform.
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The final was no different, with famous names getting in on the act and even the World Cup winners themselves turning to Twitter. And as we should have come to expect, the pundits weren't excluded either.
Here, we take a look at some of the best Tweets and memes following Germany's victory over Argentina in Rio de Janeiro...
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Selfie 2…:-) pic.twitter.com/RJh7RnXXUw— Lukas-Podolski.com (@Podolski10) July 13, 2014
10 Jahre DFB. Hab hiervon geträumt. Danke an alle Fans!/10 years DFB - today this moment.Fans, thanks for ur support! pic.twitter.com/IYYupf4YQo— Lukas-Podolski.com (@Podolski10) July 13, 2014
Well done boys ... Outstanding after so many near misses ... Schweinsteiger in a different league— Didi Hamann (@DietmarHamann) July 13, 2014
What the BBC pundits were wearing...
What your outfit says about you. pic.twitter.com/Q022wyHJe2— The Poke (@ThePoke) July 13, 2014
Rio Ferdinand's new job pic.twitter.com/XvZMymXv6a— Mr. Footy News (@MrFootyNewss) July 13, 2014
That challenge from Manuel Neuer...
World Cup Humor - Enjoy it - It's four years until the next Meme :) pic.twitter.com/njOkEcp9oj— gravytees (@gravytees) July 13, 2014
Plus these ones that while not new, featured some of those involved in the final and were too good to leave out...
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