Germany’s Thomas Mueller (R) holds the World Cup trophy during celebrations to mark the team’s 2014 Brazil World Cup victory, at a ‘fan mile’ public viewing zone in Berlin.The victorious German team reached capital Berlin on Tuesday, and was welcomed by thousands of supporters who lined up the Fan Mile in the heart of the city. Among several acts, the team decided to do a stunt on a stage that drew huge cheers from the crowd. In the impromptu act, Germany captain Philipp Lahm hid behind Thomas Muller, Mats Hummels, Eric Durm and Christoph Kramer, who suddenly fell to the ground revealing the captain with the Jules Rimet, the FIFA World Cup trophy. The stunt, and other dance acts done by the team, was greeted with huge cheers. In another act, Coach Joachim Low joined the team in a simulated catwalk on the stage. He happily bounced a toy football on the stage as he walked. Later, Hummels, Lahm, Durm, Kramer and Muller were seen air guitaring for the pleasure of the gathered supporters. The players also kicked footballs into the crowd. Watch the complete celebration here. The stunt appears after 6:30 minutes in this video. Germany beat Argentina 1-0 in the 2014 World Cup final in Brazil on Sunday.