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Highlights, 2014 FIFA World Cup Semifinal: Brazil 1-7 Germany

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Muller Highlights, 2014 FIFA World Cup Semifinal: Brazil 1 7 GermanyBrazil have suffered a drubbing defeat at the hands of Germany as the European side registered a 7- crushing victory over the host nation in the 2014 FIFA World Cup.

Brazil were without their star player Neymar with injury, while the biggest miss was their skipper Thiago Silva. The Paris Saint-Germain defender was suspended after picking up his second yellow during the quarter final clash against Colombia.

Thomas Muller opened the scoring in the 11th minute for Germany.

Miroslav Klose doubled the lead and with that goal, he became the leading World Cup goalscorer with 16 goals, surpassing Brazilina legend Ronaldo.

Toni Kroos scored his first goal of the game.

Kroos adds another one goal to his persoanl tally as Bayern Munich midfielder made it 4-0.

Real Madrid midfielder Sami Khedira made it 5-0 before half-time.

Chelsea star Andre Schurrle replaced Klose in the second half as he added another two goals in the final half hour of the game.

Schurrle scores a cracker with a narrow angle and still manages to beat Julio Cesar to net his second goal of the match.

 

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One Comment to Highlights, 2014 FIFA World Cup Semifinal: Brazil 1-7 Germany

  1. This has been an incredible match I have ever seen after watching Brazil getting struck by 7 goals by Germany. It was an amazing match, but disastrous for the Brazilians. It was devastating for the people. However, all teams have their good and bad parts, in life it is just one of those setbacks, at the end of the day you have to pick yourself up and carry on. Even the Germans were positive with persistance and said you have keep on going. England I know was very poor and needs to pick itself up “Big Time” if it wants to produce the best quality players to achieve success to winning the big prize considering that it has been nearly half a century since thier victory in 1966.