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Guillem Balague has picked his World Cup XI - but do you agree with his selections?
Check out our World Cup final player ratings and take the chance to give your own verdict.
After Germany's triumph, Matthew Stanger hails a World Cup win that was 14 years in the making.
Andy Burton previews the World Cup final with Jamie Redknapp, Tim Key, Geraint Hughes and Dale Tempest.
No leaders? No strikers? Poor tactics? Matt Le Tissier looks at who's to blame for Brazil's humiliation.
Darting Dutchman Raymond van Barneveld joins the fun as we ‘arrow’ in on Netherlands v Argentina.
Germany have been criticised but the win over France brought back memories, writes Daniel Storey.
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