World Cup: Jurgen Klinsmann and David Beckham are rooting for different teams in 2014 World Cup final
They're two of the biggest names in American soccer circles and they're rooting for different teams on Sunday afternoon.
US national team manager Jurgen Klinsmann will not be sending any tweets during the World Cup final between Germany and Argentina because he says "all" his fingers will be crossed for "The Mannschaft!!" Of course, Klinsmann drew the game-winning penalty the last time Germany and Argentina faced off in a World Cup final in 1990.
Meanwhile, prospective MLS owner David Beckham, a former star with the LA Galaxy, was spotted at the Maracana in Rio de Janeiro together with three of his sons and they were all decked out in the Argentine albiceleste, the team against which he arguably faced the lowest point in his professional career. Beckham says Lionel Messi & Co. will beat the Germans 3-1.
Who will you be rooting for on Sunday? Let us know why in the comments section below.
keeping all my fingers crossed for Jogi and THE MANNSCHAFT !! Let's make it 4 after 1954, 1974 and 1990 !! pic.twitter.com/b9z9AAohPH
— Jürgen Klinsmann (@J_Klinsmann) July 13, 2014
— Jaime Cárdenas (@JaimeACardenas) July 13, 2014
— Squawka Football (@Squawka) July 13, 2014