Defeated Netherlands star Arjen Robben believes that Argentina don't stand a chance of winning the World Cup against Germany.
The former Chelsea man - who has been outstanding throughout the tournament - is still frustrated by Netherlands' World Cup elimination on penalties at the hands of Argentina – who are looking to win the tournament for the first time since 1986.
Asked who he thought would triumph in Sunday's final, the Bayern Munich winger told German magazine Kicker: "Germany is going to win the World Cup. No doubt about that. The Argentines will not stand a chance."
About the loss to Argentina, the 30-year-old said: "Penalties are not only a game of pure chance - we've shown that against Costa Rica. We did a very good job there, and were really successful.
"It didn't work out [against Argentina] during the penalties. We also had some bad luck but, sadly, that's part of football."
But despite the disappointment, Robben believes his side were the better team, saying: "It was a tough elimination, because we were very close to another final. But I am proud of this team, who I believe were superior to Argentina over 120 minutes of play.
Regarding the penalty shootout, the Dutch star does not hold his teammates Wesley Sneijder and Ron Vlaar responsible for missing their spot kicks.
"We can not blame anyone, not even the ones who missed their penalties. We win together and we lose together," Robben said.