Germany forward Thomas Mueller has the opportunity to write his name into World Cup history in Sunday night's final against Argentina by becoming the first player ever to win the Golden Boot on more than one occasion. The 24-year-old Bayern Munich star needs just one more strike at the Estadio Maracana this weekend to draw level with Colombia's James Rodriguez on six goals at the top of the scoring charts. If that were that to happen, Mueller would once again claim the award by virtue of having created one more goal (three) than the AS Monaco attacking midfielder (two) in this summer's competition, a scenario that incidentally saw the player win the trophy in South Africa four years ago after he also finished level with David Villa, Wesley Sneijder and Diego Forlan.