It's the one we've all been waiting for: the World Cup final. Argentina will face the goal hungry Germans in Rio de Janeiro on Sunday night live on ITV.
Argentina meet Germany in Rio de Janeiro on Sunday evening with the final destination of the World Cup trophy at stake.
Here, Press Association Sport takes a look at some of the key battles expected in the Maracana.
It was another record-breaking performance from Spain at the World Cup - but not the kind they would have wanted or one anybody would have predicted.
The World Cup in Brazil has seen a host of previously unknown names announce their arrival on the global stage.
Here, Press Association Sport's Jyoti Rambhai takes a look at 10 surprise stars of the tournament.
Argentina defender Pablo Zabaleta would love nothing more than to win the World Cup in the spiritual home of Brazilian football.
Straight from Der Kaiser himself, the news that Germany's exemplary midfielder (and Golden Ball nominee) Toni Kroos has his heart set on a move from Bayern to Real Madrid this summer.
Kroos, who snubbed a move to Manchester United, is having a wonderful World Cup and has surely seen his value soar since Germany kicked off its campaign with a big win over Portugal.
Adidas have announced the ten-player shortlist for the Golden Ball award at the World Cup. The nominees are:
Lionel Messi (Argentina)
Toni Kroos (Germany)
Arjen Robben (Holland)
Angel Di Maria (Argentina)
Phillipp Lahm (Germany)
Thomas Mueller (Germany)
Javier Macherano (Argentina)
Mats Hummels (Germany)
James Rodriguez (Colombia)
The Italian official accused last week of favouring Argentina and Lionel Messi has been chosen to referee their World Cup final against Germany.
Nicola Rizzoli, a 42-year-old who refereed the 2013 Champions League final at Wembley, will take charge of the match in the Maracana on Sunday but his appointment may be controversial.