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FIFA World Cup 2014: German Bombardment Leaves Brazil Shattered and Grief-Stricken

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FIFA World Cup 2014: German Bombardment Leaves Brazil Shattered and Grief-Stricken

July 09
10:56 2014

germany.jpg1Brazil, Wednesday, July 9 – None would have ever imagined that Brazil’s dream to win FIFA World Cup 2014 in the midst of local and international crowd will ruthlessly be crushed by Germany in a crucial semi-final match played early today at Estádio Mineirão, Belo Horizonte. Winning team has got the reason to be on cloud 9, while on the other hand, the host is not able to digest the defeat.

Germany inflicted a humiliating 7-1 loss against Brazil, making them mull over the mistakes they made during the full-time. Brazilian football squad was already at the back foot for not having its star striker Neymar, who was injured in the quater-final match against Colombia . However, this wasn’t expected that it will face one of the worst defeats in the World Cup tournament, letting down the hopes of its fans, who followed every single match of the team this year just expecting to see ‘players in yellow shirt’ in to the final, which will take place on Sunday, July 13.

Brazil stood no where in front of German attack and this gets clear with the score. Germany succeeded to send the ball into the net for 7 times, however, Brazil did it just for once. André Schürrle and Toni Kroos – who hit two goals apiece, Sami Khedira, Miroslav Klose and Thomas Müller made Germany to stay far ahead of Brazil and be the first team to enter into the FIFA World Cup final. The 22 year old Oscar dos Santos Emboaba Júnior was the man who hit an only goal for Brazil.

Goalkeeper Júlio César failed to stop the continuous attack by Germany. If truth be told, the entire team fell short against the opponents and succumbed easily in the 90 minute game. After being crushed by Germany, who won the winners title for three times, Brazilian players and team’s die-hard followers were left with no option other than to cry. Most of the soccer fans who were glued to their TV screens just to see 5-time winner of previously held World Cup tournaments to thrash Germany turned off televisions post witnessing Germany’s unexpected goal explosion one after the other. Being the host country for this year’s ongoing football carnival, Brazil were expected to be through to the last round but it is Germany who shattered their dream so brutally that would take several years for the losing squad to come out of the shock.

As of now, all eyes are on the match between Argentina and Netherlands. The contest will take place tonight at Arena Corinthians, São Paulo. The ‘men in blue’ would have to leave no space for the opponents to gain footing, especially after seeing Brazil’s condition, if they literally wish to play against Germany during the weekend. Having Lionel Andrés Messi, Angel Di Maria and Marcos Rojo, Argentina are likely to leave no stone unturned to repeat the show what they did in 1978 and 1986.  At the same time, Netherlands gear up to compete solidly against Argentina and are making all attempts to fight once again for the title. An interesting contest is on the cards as both the teams once met in the 1978 final match, wherein Argentina beat Holland with 3-1 score. Football fans are ready for the action and are in no mood to miss even a glimpse of the impending contest.

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