Argentina's coach Gerardo Martino (L) shakes hands with Germany's coach Joachim Loew after a friendly football match between Germany vs Argentina in Duesseldorf, Germany, on September 3, 2014. AFP PHOTO / JOHN MACDOUGALL
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There is nothing wrong with savoring July's fourth World Cup win as far as Germany coach Joachim Loew is concerned, but he said it was now time the party started winding down.Loew was unperturbed after his team's woeful performance in a 4-2 home defeat to Argentina in a rematch of the World Cup final.After a final celebration Wednesday in Duesseldorf, where the recently retired Philipp Lahm, Miroslav Klose and Per Mertesacker were presented with gifts before an appreciative crowd, Loew said it was time to get back to work and get ready for the Euro 2016 qualifiers.
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