With just two games left in the 2014 World Cup: the third place game today between Brazil and the Netherlands (fondly referred to as the “match that should never be played” by Netherlands Coach Louis van Gaal) and the final match between Germany and Argentina tomorrow.
Today’s match will be played at Estádio Nacional Mané Garrincha in Brasília, Brazil’s second-largest stadium and smaller only than Estádio do Maracanã in Rio de Janeiro, where the final match will be played. The match could be a dispirited one, however, as both teams are coming off heartbreaking losses, and the third place match is largely considered a consolation prize.
However, because this World Cup has been such a high-scoring competition overall, only five goals need to be scored across the two final games for this competition to set a tournament record for most goals scored. You can watch all 167 goals scored over the past five weeks below.