Soccer: Germany inflict historic 7-1 World Cup rout on Brazil

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July 9, 2014

Brazil have never suffered such a big defeat in any international tournament and never put on such a shambolic defense performance as during an 18-minute period when Germany scored four goals, three of them in just 179 seconds.

July 9, 2014

Brazil have never suffered such a big defeat in any international tournament and never put on such a shambolic defense performance as during an 18-minute period when Germany scored four goals, three of them in just 179 seconds.

Brazil's goalkeeper Julio Cesar fails to save a shot from Germany's midfielder Toni Kroos as Brazil's midfielder Luiz Gustavo looks on during the semifinal match between Brazil and Germany at the Mineirao Stadium in Belo Horizonte on Tuesday.

Germany inflicted a historic 7-1 rout on hosts Brazil on Tuesday to reach the World Cup final as Miroslav Klose became the all-time leading scorer in the history of the tournament.

Brazil have never suffered such a big defeat in any international tournament and never put on such a shambolic defence as during an 18 minute first half period when Germany scored four goals, three of them in just 179 seconds.

Germany fans celebrate Germany's seventh goal during the FIFA World Cup 2014 semi final football match between Brazil and Germany during a public viewing at the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin on Tuesday.

Thomas Mueller scored in the 11th minute, Klose after 23 to take his World Cup total to 16, Toni Kroos in the 24th and 26th minutes, Sami Khedira after 29 and substitute Andre Schuerrle in the 69th and 79th minutes. Oscar scored Brazil's goal in the 90th minute.


Courtesy: AFP

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