Brands react to Germany winning the 2014 Fifa World Cup

By AdNews | 14 July 2014

During the 2014 Fifa World Cup final between Germany and Argentina over 32.1 million tweets were sent. While most were coming from fans some brands couldn't help but jump in on the action, so we've compiled the best for you to see including tweets from Red Bull, Sportsbet and Audi just to name a few.

Tell us who you think handled the pressure of the World Cup final the best below.





It wasn't just brands that got involved - buildings and statues also joined in on the action.

And the last word comes from Tim Cahill.

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