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Mario Götze is a German footballer who plays as an attacking midfielder for Bayern Munich and the Germany national team.

Mario Götze ist ein deutscher Fußballspieler. Er steht beim FC Bayern München unter Vertrag und ist für die Nationalmannschaft aktiv. Beim Gewinn der Weltmeisterschaft 2014 im Finale gegen Argentinien erzielte er den Siegtreffer zum 1:0.

After ascending through several youth teams, Götze was called up for his first senior match for Germany against Sweden, on 17 November 2010. He made his debut that day, coming on in the 78th minute in a goalless draw, substituting for his Dortmund teammate Kevin Großkreutz and becoming the youngest German international since Uwe Seeler. Götze and André Schürrle, who came on simultaneously, are the first two Germany players to be born in reunified Germany. He made his second appearance for the national team in a friendly match against Italy on 9 February 2011. Götze’s first goal for Germany was against Brazil on 10 August 2011; at 19 years and 68 days, he became the joint-youngest goalscorer for the German national team in the post-war era along with Klaus Stürmer, who scored on debut against France on 16 October 1954. Götze made his tournament debut in UEFA Euro 2012 after coming on as a substitute against Greece.

2014 World Cup
Götze scores the winning goal for Germany as Ezequiel Garay (left), Martín Demichelis (centre) and Argentina goalkeeper Sergio Romero look on during the 2014 FIFA World Cup Final
Götze was named in the starting line-up against Portugal in the team’s opening match, winning the penalty kick for Germany’s opening goal on his World Cup debut.[63] In the team’s second match, he scored the opening goal and was named the Man of the Match in a 2–2 draw with Ghana.[64] Götze played just 14 minutes in the 0–1 win against the United States,[65] half of the Round of 16 win against Algeria and seven minutes in their quarter-final 0–1 win over France. The fact that the German coach Joachim Löw brought on Julian Draxler for his first minutes of the World Cup in Germany’s semi-final 7–1 hammering of Brazil, keeping Götze benched throughout, perhaps meant as a wake-up to him. In the World Cup final against Argentina, Löw substituted 36-year-old Miroslav Klose after 88 minutes with Götze and told him, „Show the world you are better than Messi and can decide the World Cup.“[69] Götze scored the only goal of the match in the 113th minute, controlling André Schürrle’s cross on his chest before volleying the ball into the net, giving Germany their fourth World Cup.[70] He became the first substitute to score a World Cup winning goal,[71] and the youngest player to score in a World Cup Final since fellow German Wolfgang Weber in 1966, who was also 22. Götze was also named the Man of the Match.

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