RIO DE JANEIRO - Germany go into Sunday's World Cup final with plenty of respect - but no fear - for Argentina, knowing that they can become the first ever European team to lift the trophy in the Americas.
Despite stating that "it doesn't matter where the final is," Germany coach Joachim Loew is perfectly aware that his team can "make history" in Brazil.
"The South Americans have always dominated in their continent. It would be an extra joy for us to become the first European team to win here," Loew told a news conference Saturday at the Maracana stadium in Rio de Janeiro.
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