Argentinian fans cheer and sing on Copacabana beach on the day of the 2014 World Cup final against Germany.
Fans exchange phone numbers while partying on Copacabana beach.
Argentinians sing "Brazil, tell me how you feel to have your daddy in your house (...) Maradona is greater than Pelé"
On the day of the final Rio's beaches had thousands of Argentinians
Packed with Argentinians, the FIFA Fan Fest was a big party before the match began
Hundreds of Argentinians came on buses to Brazil to experience the World Cup from the beach.
For Argentina, the game was tense from the very beginning.
All eyes were on the screen as Messi and friends tried to score.
All the cheering from before the game starts to turn into tension.
It's half-time and no one has yet scored.
Night falls and still no goals.
Fan ties a knot on a handkerchief that represents Germany's players legs, so they will stumble.
Götze scores and puts Germany in the lead.
Argentina's dream of a third World Cup title seems further away.
The crowd is silent. Speechless. Argentina desperately needs to score.
Man cries and prays in the last minutes of the match.
The final whistle is blown. Germany 2014 World Cup champions.
In shock, fan kneels over his flag and cries, unable to answer his friend that wants to leave.
Fan weeps and tries to rip off his jersey, unable to accept Argentina's loss.