André Schürrle’s Nifty Flick Gives Germany Go-Ahead Goal

Germany and Algeria went all 90 minutes in regulation without a score, and yet it took all of 90 seconds in extra time for André Schürrle to flick home this nifty goal. The finish put Germany up 1-0 in its round of 16 matchup, and was the 26th goal scored by a replacement in the 2014 World Cup.

Here’s another look at the pretty finish.