After the Football world cup 2014 final, who doesn’t know Mario Gotze! The star of Germany who came in as a substitute and was able to score in the 113th minute of the 2014 FIFA world cup and grab a victory for Germany. Gotze story will be told again and again as he was able to shine at the most critical time of the match. Gotze fans can join Gotze on his twitter account,twitter.com/MarioGoetze and his Facebook account, facebook.com/MarioGoetze.Official.
Gotze has been trained at the Dortmund’s youth academy and was able to play his first match at 8 years of age. He made his Bundesliga debut on 21st November 2009 in a match that ended without a score. During the winter break of the 2009-10 of the Bundesliga season he was able to play for the first team of his manager Jurgen Klopp. Gotze took this opportunity to outshine and soon became an important player in Dortmund’s Bundesliga winning squad of the 2010-11 seasons. He finished 2010–11 season with 8 goals and 11 assists in all competitions
After playing for several youth teams, Gotze 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 Grobkreutz. Gotze’s first goal for Germany was against Brazil on 10 August 2011; at 19 years and 68 day. He was the joint-youngest goal scorer for the German national team in the post-war era. Gotze scored four goals in 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifying, and was named in Germany’s squad for the tournament finals He was named the Man of the Match against Ghana. Gotze scored the only goal of the match in the 113th minute of the World Cup final against Argentina giving Germany its fourth World Cup victory. Gotze became the first substitute to score a World Cup winning goal, as well as the youngest player to score in a World Cup Final since German Wolfgang Weber in 1966.