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In Miami, where police closed streets so the town's large Argentine community could watch the World Cup final, there was ...
sadness and pride with the team's overtime loss to Germany. (July 13)
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SHOTLIST:AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYMiami, Florida - 11 JULY 20141. Various wide fans watching game at Argentine restaurant in downtown Miami. 2. Look-down pan of street closed for spillover crowd3. Medium Argentina fans waving flag.4. Various fans jump for joy after apparent score (Argentina did NOT score)5. Medium fans concerned as game ticks into final overtime minutes.6. Close-up woman raises hands in prayer as time nears end. 7. Medium man holds flag to face as final seconds of game run out. 8. Close-up, then pull-out of woman upset as Argentina loses. 9. Medium woman gets hug after loss, wipes tear away. 10. Wide of fan Luciano Rappa and son walk home after loss as they pass Germany fan on sidewalk11. SOUNDBITE: (English) Luciano Rappa, Argentina fan"It was a great game. What can I say/ Great game, it went down to overtime. The best team won. Till the next time." 12. Couple dancing after game. 13. SOUNDBITE: (English) Marina Mendoza, Argentina fan"I'm very proud of Argentina, the way we played. We showed up. We played an amazing game. We played an amazing tournament. No long faces."14. Medium fans playing soccer in closed-off street. 15. SOUNDBITE: (English) Alex Derenzis, Argentina fan"I think they put heart, they put everything they could put into this game - but you know, goals happen. And goals win games. I mean, that's all it is."16. Medium Argentina fans playing soccer in closed-off dowantown street after loss. STORYLINE:Sad-but-proud Argentine soccer fans applauded their national team for giving it all against a powerful German squad, losing 1-0 in extra time Sunday in the country's first World Cup finals appearance in 24 years. It was a bittersweet loss and a somber sense of resignation quickly turned into a celebration of the team's gutsy performance. In Miami, police closed streets so the town's large Argentine community could watch the World Cup final.Many were dressed in Argentina's blue-and-white colors, showing their support even through the difficult loss.It was the third World Cup, where Argentina loss to Germany.The last time both teams met was in the final match in 1990, where then West Germany's team walked away with the win.