Brazil 1-7 Germany: Total humiliation Reviewed by Momizat on . Full-time: Brazil 1-7 Germany Goals: Thomas Muller (11′), Klose (23′), Toni Kroos (24′, 26′), Khedira (29′), Schurrle (69′, 79′), Oscar (90′) Match date: July 8 Full-time: Brazil 1-7 Germany Goals: Thomas Muller (11′), Klose (23′), Toni Kroos (24′, 26′), Khedira (29′), Schurrle (69′, 79′), Oscar (90′) Match date: July 8 Rating: 0
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Brazil 1-7 Germany: Total humiliation

Brazil 1-7 Germany: Total humiliation

Full-time: Brazil 1-7 Germany
Goals: Thomas Muller (11′), Klose (23′), Toni Kroos (24′, 26′), Khedira (29′), Schurrle (69′, 79′), Oscar (90′)
Match date: July 8, 2014
Stadium: Estádio Mineirão, Belo Horizonte
Competition: FIFA World Cup 2014, Semi-finals
Brazil line-up: Julio César, Maicon, Dante, David Luiz, Marcelo, Fernandinho, Luiz Gustavo, Óscar, Hulk, Bernard, Fred.

Brazil are out of the 2014 FIFA World Cup, after being completely humiliated by Germany this Tuesday night. It’s been one of those games as if there were men against boys on the field and needless is to say who ended up being superior in every aspect of the game when the final scoreline reads a 7-1 win for Germany over Brazil.

Without Neymar and Thiago Silva available for this game, Brazil hoped to count on a special motivation boost from their crowd to get past a very cold German side. However, the “Escrete” put on what has probably been one of the most poor team displays we ever remember seeing from a Brazilian National Team and the result is out there for everyone to see and remember for a long time…

The German Team broke the deadlock in the 11th minute of the first half, when Thomas Muller responded to a Toni Kroos corner-kick cross with a nice right-foot finish. That play immediately denoted some very poor marking inside the Brazilian box, which would be something recurrent throughout this game.

As we entered the 22nd minute of the game, no one in the whole World could have guessed what would happen in the following 7 minutes… In a true avalanche of football display, Germany would score 4 goals from the 23rd minute until the 29th minute of the 1st half, leaving not only the entire Brazil in shock, but also every other football enthusiast witnessing such an historical moment as this proved to be.

The goals came in first by Miroslav Klose, then twice by Toni Kroos and finally by Real Madrid’s midfielder, Sami Khedira. To make it even more memorable, Klose’s goal also set a new record for the highest top scorer of all-time in World Cup history, as it allowed the German striker to get to the 16-goal mark and surpassing the Brazilian legend Ronaldo, with whom he has been tied with on 15 goals.

The second half would still bring us two more German goals, and both got scored by Chelsea’s midfielder André Schurrle. Brazil kept conceding way too much space and the 23-year old German didn’t waste his chances to strike two more blows in Brazil’s stomach, setting the scoreline in an unbelievable 7-0. Brazil’s only consolation came from Óscar’s right-foot, when the talented 22-year old finally found the back of the net for the hosts, setting the final result in a Germany 7-1 win over the hosts.

Sources: fifa.com / footballgate.com

Brazil match photos against Germany:

Miroslav Klose sliding knee goal celebration, in Brazil 1-7 Germany

Miroslav Klose sliding knee goal celebration, in Brazil 1-7 Germany

David Luiz crying and Thiago Silva comforting him

David Luiz crying and Thiago Silva comforting him

Klose World Cup top scorer of all-time, after his goal 16 in Germany 7-1 Brazil

Klose World Cup top scorer of all-time, after his goal 16 in Germany 7-1 Brazil

Toni Kroos celebrates Germany 7-1 win over Brazil, in the FIFA World Cup 2014

Toni Kroos celebrates Germany 7-1 win over Brazil, in the FIFA World Cup 2014

Bernard during Brazil 1-7 loss against Germany

Bernard during Brazil 1-7 loss against Germany

Sky view in Brazil vs Germany, at the 2014 FIFA World Cup

Sky view in Brazil vs Germany, at the 2014 FIFA World Cup

Óscar goal in Brazil 1-7 Germany

Óscar goal in Brazil 1-7 Germany

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