Low hails ‘miracle boy’ Goetze

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Germany coach Joachim Low hailed “miracle boy” Mario Goetze after Bayern Munich star’s -winning extra- goal yesterday.
Goetze rose substitutes’ bench to score a stunning 113th minute goal as Germany beat Argentina 1-0.
“Goetze is miracle boy, he is wonder who can play in numerous positions, he is decider who can come and make a difference and is what he did today,” said Loew.
The German coach meanwhile basked in his team’s historic win, the first by a European team in .
came after four consecutive near-misses in major tournaments stretching back to 2006.
“We have been together for 55 days, we have started this project years ago and this is the culmination of a lot of hard work,” Low said.[eap_ad_2]
“We have been able to performances; we believed in and worked a lot for .
“This team really deserves with the likes of Philipp Lahm, Bastian Schweinsteiger, Lukas Podolski and Per Mertesacker.
“We have had disappointment in the past having gone close by playing good football.
“I think we put in the best performances over all the seven of all the teams here.”
Low said the tournament triumph forged team spirit.
“This team has developed an unbelievable team spirit and has developed a marvellous mental capacity,” he said.
“And we are proud to become the first European country to win the title in . In Brazil, In Rio is this football-loving country and makes us very proud.”   (supersport.com)[eap_ad_3]