Jul 13, 2014 at 8pm UK at ​Maracana, Rio de Janeiro
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Thomas Muller expects "tight" World Cup final

Thomas Muller scores from the penalty spot to give Germany the lead against Portugal in their World Cup Group G match in Salvador on June 16, 2014
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Thomas Muller expects Germany to be involved in a "tight" World Cup final against Argentina on Sunday evening.

Germany forward Thomas Muller has revealed that he expects his team to be involved in a "tight" World Cup final against Argentina.

Die Mannschaft booked their place in Sunday's final thanks to an emphatic 7-1 crushing of hosts Brazil in the last four.

However, Muller insists that tomorrow's match is more likely to be a cagey encounter between the Germans and their South American counterparts.

"I don't know what kind of a game it will be, but I don't expect it to be 5-0 at half time. That would be nice, but it's probably going to be tight like it was against Algeria or France," he told FIFA.com.

Muller is currently one goal behind Colombia's James Rodriguez in the Golden Boot standings with five goals from six games.

Germany's players celebrate after midfielder Toni Kroos scored his team's third goal during the semi-final football match against Brazil on July 8, 2014
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