FIFA World CUP 2014 Final Match Was Fixed ?

Germany won the World Cup with a 1-0 extra time victory over Argentina on Sunday in Rio de Janeiro.
The game was deadlocked at 0-0 after regulation, but at the 113-minute mark in overtime, Mario Götze, a substitute, chested down an Andres Schurrle cross and volleyed in the winning goal.
Though there were no goals in regulation, there was plenty of action, and both sides rued some missed chances.
But according to one twitter user FIFA World CUP 2014 final match was fixed.
Check this down below tweet, which was tweeted prior to match.


According to it there will be a goal in second half of extra time and Germany win the world cup.

Original tweet here:

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Other tweets screenshot.

Here is another interpreting tweet.

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