Fans voted for their favourite FIFA World Cup™ game from the past nine editions, and the ninth and final of those winning matches – Brazil-Germany from Brazil 2014 – will be streamed ‘live’ in its entirety on Friday 25 May.

It was a highly-anticipated semi-final between the tournament hosts Brazil and then three-time champions Germany. Despite getting past South American rivals Colombia in the quarter-finals, the Brazilians had the challenge of being without the inspirational Neymar through injury and the suspended Thiago Silva for this semi-final. The Germans, meanwhile, were in confident mood after getting past France to reach the last four. What unfolded at the Estadio Mineirao in Belo Horizonte on 8 July 2014 will be remembered by many a football fan for years to come.

Fans can watch the whole match above or by heading to the World Cup Facebook page, or FIFA TV on YouTube.

As with any big World Cup game, fans were kept up to date with major updates of the ‘live’ action on Twitter on @FIFAWorldCup too, with plenty of pre-match stats, figures and videos that whetted fans’ appetite for the main event.

‘Matchday Live’ is the finale to a week of superb video content on the official World Cup Facebook page, with James Rodriguez and Neymar among the stars from 2014 featured.

Make sure you don’t miss out on this unique experience to share and talk about a remarkable World Cup game with fans from across the globe. What are you waiting for? Hit like, and join us to discuss the big game!

Keep your eyes peeled and join 40 millions fans on our official World Cup Facebook page for more chances to have your say: as we’ll also be asking you to vote for your greatest World Cup player and the greatest World Cup team.