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Press Pass Extra: Spurs' Swiss test

Can Tottenham banish Basel from the Europa League? Nicol, Michallik and Hislop discuss.

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Germany Are Champions

ESPN FC on TV: The ESPN FC guys react to Germany's 1-0 victory over Argentina in the World Cup Final.

(01:18) | Jul 14, 2014

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Super Sub

ESPN FC on TV: ESPN FC's Craig Burley gives his praise for Mario Gotze who despite limited playing time throughout the World Cup scored the game winner for Germany.

(00:25) | Jul 14, 2014

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Messi, The Golden Ball Winner

ESPN FC on TV: ESPN FC's Craig Burley gives his take on Lionel Messi winning the Golden Ball.

(00:54) | Jul 14, 2014

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Argentina fans in embassy sad at defeat

International Football: Argentina fans commiserated their World Cup final loss to Germany at their embassy in Brasilia.

(01:08) | Jul 14, 2014

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Argentine fans in tears as Germany clinch title

International Football: Argentina fans were left crying in Rio de Janeiro as Germany clinched the World Cup title.

(01:36) | Jul 14, 2014

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German fans take to the beach in celebration

International Football: Germany fans were celebrating in Rio as their side secured a fourth World Cup title.

(01:13) | Jul 14, 2014

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Munich celebrates into the night

International Football: Thousands of fans gathered at Munich's Olympic Stadium to watch Germany seal a fourth FIFA World Cup crown following a 1-0 victory over Argentina at the Maracana on Sunday.

(00:55) | Jul 14, 2014

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World Cup Best XI

ESPN FC on TV: ESPN FC's Robbie Earle gives his best Starting XI for the World Cup.

(00:29) | Jul 14, 2014

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Messi Was Disappointing

ESPN FC on TV: ESPN FC's Craig Burley expresses his disappointment with Lionel Messi's performance on the world stage.

(00:35) | Jul 14, 2014

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