Argentina national team had a slight joy of revenge from their World Cup 2014 defeat over Germany after successfully defeating the same opponent in a Friendly match this midweek.
Playing under a new head coach, Albiceleste were keen on showcasing a positive performance even without Lionel Messi's presence.
Angel Di Maria was putting on an excellent showcase in that match as he inspired his teammates to pay an attacking display against Germany.
The new Man United man showed his influence by giving out a lovely assist that led into Sergio Aguero's goal on 20 minutes.
Five minutes before half time break, Argentina doubling their lead, this time from a wonderful goal by Erik Lamela.
After the break, Federico Fernandez made it 3-0 for Argentina giving quite a shock for Germany fans, seeing that their side looking vulnerable at the back.
Albiceleste snatched their fourth goal through Di Maria's goal on 50 minutes, showing his quality as one of the best winger out there.
Trailing by 4-0, Germany refused to give up easily as they kept on pushing forward and managed to pull one back from Andre Schurrle on 52 minutes.
The World Champion finally snatched another goal on 78 minutes with an effort from Mario Goetze on 78 minutes, making a much more respectable scoreline in the end.