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Remember The Guy Who Scored Germany's 2014 World Cup Winning Goal, After Many Struggles He Is Back

The 2014 world cup final between Germany and Argentina was all set to go to the penalty shootout until Mario Gotze was substituted in the 86th minute.In the 90th minute he became a national hero after he scored the world cup winning goal which helped Germany win its fourth world cup trophy.This was supposed to become the start of an illustrious career for Gotze but things just went from bad to worse for him.Injuries after injuries saw him sit on the sidelines and finally sold to lower ranked teams where he was forgotten.However after so many years of struggle and pain,Gotze is back to his best at PSV Eindhoven and is proving he is ready to conquer the world again.The German international has so far managed five goals and four assists in the twelve games he has played for PSV this new season.He is hoping this form continues and gets him a national call back to the national team for the world cup next year.

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