Argentina is a South American national football team governed by Argentina football Federation which is known as La Albiceleste [The Whites & Sky blues] as their nicknames. It is one of the best football team which played their first ever international match against Uruguay on 16th of May 1901. Germany is also one of the strongest team which is governed by German Football Association founded in 1900. Given below is the complete head to head statistics of Argentina vs Germany in football history. Have a look on these stats.
Argentina vs Germany Head to Head & Records
|Highest FIFA rank||1 [March 2007]||1 [On 5 Occasions]|
|World Cup Apps.||15||18|
|World Cup Titles||2 [1978 & 1986]||3 [1954, 1974 & 1990]|
|Biggest win||vs Ecuador [12–0]||vs Russia [16–0]|
|Top goal scorer||Gabriel Batistuta ||Miroslav Klose |
In terms of head to head games, the whites & sky blues have won more games as compared to their rivals. But, in terms of winning FIFA World Cup trophies, Die Mannschaft have won 3 World Cup titles so far. DFB eleven have also won 3 times Euro championship [1972, 1980 & 1996]. While La Albiceleste are 14 times Copa America winners.
Argentina vs Germany All Matches Result
|15 Aug 2012||3||1|
|03 Jul 2010||0||4|
|03 Mar 2010||1||0|
|20 Jun 2006||1 [2 Penalty]||1 [4 Penalty]|
|21 Jun 2005||2||2|
|09 Feb 2005||2||2|
|17 Apr 2002||1||0|
|15 Dec 1993||2||1|
|08 Jul 1990||0||1|
|02 Apr 1998||0||1|
|16 Dec 1987||1||0|
|29 Jun 1986||3||2|
|12 Sept 1984||3||1|
|24 Mar 1982||1||1|
|01 Jan 1981||2||1|
|12 Sept 1979||1||2|
|05 Jun 1977||1||3|
|14 Feb 1973||3||2|
|16 Jul 1966||0||0|
|08 Jun 1958||1||3|
Out of last 20 matches played between these South American & European team, the eagles have won 6 matches & the whites & sky blues have won 9 games. Remaining 5 games were draws. On 8th June 1958, first ever international match was played which was 3–1 victory of Germans. Last match was played on 15th Aug 2012, the result was same but in favor of Argentina.
For Die Mannschaft, Miroslav Klose has scored maximum goals  with average goal of 0.52. On the other hand, Gabriel Batistuta is the top goal scorer of Argentina who scored total of 56 goals in his football career.
Germany is the only team which have qualified for semi finals of FIFA World Cup 13 times. In 2014 FIFA World Cup, they qualified for semi final 4th time in a row which is also a world record. In same competition, Miroslav Klose became the top goal scorer of FIFA World Cup competition scoring 16th goal against host nation Brazil in semi final round.