The FIFA World Cup finals have produced some memorable clashes over the years. In the 21 editions that have taken place so far, 13 nations have made it to the final out of which eight teams have won the tournament.
Brazil might be the most successful team in the history of the tournament by winning it a record five times but Germany have reached the most number of finals in history.
While Brazil have reached the final on seven occasions and won it five times, Germany have reached eight World Cup finals, winning it on four occasions.
The highest-scoring World Cup final till date was played between Brazil and Sweden in 1958 in Stockholm which produced seven goals. The Selecao won the title for the first time in their history by beating the hosts 5-2.
There have been four World Cup finals which produced six goals and all the matches had the same scoreline, 4-2 in favour of the victorious side.
The 2018 World Cup final too witnessed six goals being scored with France beating Croatia 4-2 to bag their second World Cup title in Russia.