Tuesday, 8 July 2014

Big blow !...Brazil Vs Germany...very interesting to read.

Yesterday it was a big blow as the Brazilian team was beaten 7-1 by the Germany square in  2014 FIFA world cup.

The match was unpredictable,cause from the past history of the Brazilian team...they have been known for winning the world cup.

The reactions of yesterday's match all over the Internet is some different compared with other previous matches.

In the nock out stage,a whole Brazil was beaten like ordinary team. In fact no one could ever imagine Germany beaten Brazil 7-1.
The one goal scored by the Brazil is at the dieing minute.

It's also Brazil's first loss in a competitive match on home soil since 1975, when Peru won 3-1 at the very same Mineirao Stadium in the Copa America. Its last loss at home came in a friendly with Paraguay in 2002.

"We did what we thought was best," said Brazil coach Luiz Felipe Scolari. "Please excuse us for this mistake. I'm sorry we could not get to the final."

Brazil's attack was weakened by the loss of Neymar, who fractured a vertebra after getting kneed in the back in the quarterfinal win over Colombia. But it was Brazil's porous defense that was the biggest problem in the first half as the host also sorely missed suspended captain Thiago Silva.

Germany's players celebrate after scoring their fifth goal during the World Cup semifinal soccer match.

On Tuesday, with Bernard playing as the third striker, Brazil attacked from the start. But they failed to get any solid chances, and it wasn't long before the Germans opened up the defense and started the rout.

Toni Kroos and Andre Schuerrle scored two goals each, while Thomas Mueller and Sami Khedira added the others.

Oscar pulled a late goal back for Brazil.
Brazil's defeat to Germany in faces

"The space we had was bigger than against defensive teams," Mueller said. "We took advantage of it superbly, the opponent at some point gets broken.

"Now we have to pull it off one more time and lift the thing. We should keep our feet on the ground."

It was Germany's biggest World Cup win since routing Saudi Arabia 8-0 in a group match in 2002.

Klose scored his record goal in the 23rd minute, pushing him past Brazil striker Ronaldo's 15 career World Cup goals. The German had his original shot saved, but he followed up as Brazil goalkeeper Julio Cesar spilled the ball, easily scoring from the rebound.

Kroos scored his first goal in the 25th minute, knocking in a cross from Philipp Lahm that bypassed Mueller in the middle. He made it 4-0 a minute later, beating Cesar after a defensive mistake from Fernandinho left the ball on the feet of Khedira.

Mueller scored the first goal, one-timing a corner from Kroos past Cesar in the 11th minute. Khedira made it 5-0 in the 29th, taking a pass from Mesut Ozil and again beating Cesar.

Schuerrle, who came on for Klose in the 58th minute, scored from a cross by Lahm in the 69th, and then knocked a shot off the underside of the crossbar and into the net in the 79th.

It's the first time Brazil had allowed five goals in a World Cup match since the 1938 tournament in France, when the team beat Poland 6-5 in extra time.

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