The Fiorentina forward missed out on inclusion in Joachim Low's squad after an injury-hit season in Serie A but that did not stop him from enjoying the 7-1 rout of the Selecao
Joachim Low's side sent an entire nation into a state of shock by routing the Selecao 7-1 in the most one-sided semi-final that the World Cup has ever seen.
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"Germany were marvellous; they are a very strong team," the former Bayern Munich forward told Sky Sport Italia. "My team-mates were perfect and we put on a great performance."
Gomez attributes the team's run to the final to a tremendous sense of togetherness within the squad.
"There are players who come from a lot of teams but everyone has known how to create a good group," the 28-year-old argued.
Gomez also took time out to praise fellow striker Miroslav Klose, who became the World Cup's all-time record goalscorer with his strike against Brazil.
"Klose is a great, a legend and an incredible player," the Viola attacker enthused.