Serge Gnabry continued his impressive tournament form when Germany took to the field against Brazil in Saturday's final.
Find out how Gnabry got on as his Germany side competed for the gold medal.
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Saturday, August 20, Brazil 1-1 Germany
(Brazil win 5-4 on penalties)
Wednesday, August 17, Germany 2-0 Nigeria
Saturday, August 13, Germany 4-0 Portugal
Wednesday, August 10, Germany 10-0 Fiji
Sunday, August 7, Germany 3-3 South Korea
Thursday, August 4, Mexico 2-2 Germany
Serge Gnabry played the full match as Germany lost on penalties in the final in Rio.
The match ended 1-1 after extra time in the Maracana, with the goals scored by the two captains - first Neymar for the hosts, then Max Meyer replying for Germany.
In the shootout Serge scored his penalty, but Germany were eventually beaten when Neymar converted to earn Brazil a 5-4 win on spot kicks.
Germany were forced to settle for the silver medal, but it represents their best showing since 1988, when they came away with bronze.
Serge Gnabry played the full 90 minutes as Germany booked their place in the final in Rio with a 2-0 win over Nigeria.
Serge opened the scoring in Germany's four-goal win over Portugal as Horst Hrubesch's side made it to the semi-finals.
Gnabry scored twice in Germany’s 10-0 win against Fiji in Rio as Germany secured their qualification from Group C.
Serge scored twice in Germany’s 3-3 draw with South Korea in Rio, with his second goal proving to be a dramatic equaliser in injury time.
Serge also scored in Germany’s opening game in Rio, as they drew 2-2 with Mexico.