WATCH: Massive crowd celebrates Germany's World Cup victory
The Germans celebrated their World Cup victory in front of thousands of adoring fans in Berlin on Tuesday.
The German national team celebrated its World Cup victory on Tuesday in Berlin with a bit of dancing, tons of cheering, some choreography and, of course, a few beers.
As many as half a million people showed up at Brandenburg Gate, according to the Daily Mail, to embrace their team after the Germans beat Argentina 1-0 in Sunday's World Cup final. They even choreographed a clever stunt to unveil the World Cup trophy to the masses.
It wasn't quite Colombian-level style dancing, but the Germans held their own.
And here's German keeper Manuel Neuer leaping in front of the crowd. Fortunately, there were no defenders in his way.
There were, of course, a few obligatory selfies as well.
And finally, just an awesome, awesome scene:
Brilliant scenes as thousands welcome Germany's World Cup winners in Berlin. pic.twitter.com/0CF3IQuN79— Football__Tweet (@Football__Tweet) July 15, 2014
That looks pretty fun. Sorry, Lionel.
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