Germany go into tonight's World Cup final as bookmakers' favourites to beat Lionel Messi's Argentina in Rio.
The Germans humiliated hosts Brazil on their way to the Maracana showpiece, and midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger says the side "know how to handle" the weight of expectation now on them.
The two sides also met in the 1986 final in Mexico, and Argentinians - including manager Alejandro Sabella - hoping their side will win out once again.
Lionel Messi may need to play a similarly talismanic role as Diego Maradona did in that tournament, with bookmakers making Germany odds-on favourites to lift the trophy.
Germany have claimed the 2014 World Cup after a dramatic extra time winner by Mario Gotze - sending their fans into rapture.
Argentinian fans' infectious tune mocks Pele and is heard in stadiums, parks and shopping centres across Brazil.
Mock news footage shows Kim Jong-Un receiving the adulation of fans as his country win the group stages to face Portugal in Brazil.