Victory goes to Germany, beats Argentina by 1-0

Victory goes to Germany, beats Argentina by 1-0

FIFA final 2014 was held at Maracanã in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The stadium was flocked with audience up to the limit for seeing either of the countries win. It was mishmash of spectators sitting with their fingers crossed, some of them hoping for Argentina to win and some of them praying for Germany. The feelings were a mixture of enthusiasm and nervousness.

The match went on for 90 minutes and till then both the countries had managed to bar each other from smashing a goal. And, during extra time suddenly there was a bang. Germany had made an astonishing goal against Argentina and had broken a centuries old curse of Ghanaian witch doctor defeating Generalissimo Leonard Messi. Whether they won by dint of luck or they actually earned it, does not matter anymore. The win is all over the media.

Social media has played a generous role in propagating the triumph. And thanks to the technology, no one has to turn to their desktops for socially sharing the news. The prevalence of tablets, latest android versions and smart phones had brought forth the internet accessibility and convenience of social sharing from the place where you are at a particular moment.

When world was erupting with twin feelings of curiosity and enthusiasm during FIFA world cup finals, twitter appeared to be most benefitted. Twitter garnered some figures related to tweets made during Argentina and Brazil match. The figures were astounding given the fact that tweets on the final match had touched 32.1 million. However, figures could not beat 35.6 million tweets made during Brazil and Germany match. Therefore, social media platforms have openhandedly brought popularity to the already well liked, football extravaganza, FIFA.