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    Brazil - Germany 1:7 (0:5)

    Date Venue / Stadium Time Attendance
    08 July 2014 Belo Horizonte /Estadio Mineirao 17:00 58141
    Match Officials

    FIFA General Coordinator
    DE LUISA Yon (MEX)
    Fifth Official
    HURD Sean (USA)
    Referee
    RODRIGUEZ Marco (MEX)
    Assistant Referee 1
    TORRENTERA Marvin (MEX)
    Assistant Referee 2
    QUINTERO Marcos (MEX)
    Fourth Official
    GEIGER Mark (USA)
    Match Commissioner
    SIEBER Walter (CAN)

    Total Goals scored

    Thomas MUELLER (GER) 11' , Miroslav KLOSE (GER) 23' , Toni KROOS (GER) 24' , Toni KROOS (GER) 26' , Sami KHEDIRA (GER) 29' , Andre SCHUERRLE (GER) 69' , Andre SCHUERRLE (GER) 79' , OSCAR (BRA) 90'


    Brazil

    Germany
    12
    JULIO CESAR (GK)
    1
    NEUER (GK)
    4
    DAVID LUIZ (C)
    4
    HÖWEDES
    5
    FERNANDINHO (-46' HT)
    5
    HUMMELS (-46' HT)
    6
    MARCELO
    6
    KHEDIRA (-76')
    7
    HULK (-46' HT)
    7
    SCHWEINSTEIGER
    9
    FRED (-69')
    8
    ÖZIL
    11
    OSCAR
    11
    KLOSE (-58')
    13
    DANTE
    13
    MÜLLER
    17
    L GUSTAVO
    16
    LAHM (C)
    20
    BERNARD
    18
    KROOS
    23
    MAICON
    20
    BOATENG
    Substitutes Substitutes
    1
    JEFFERSON (GK)
    12
    ZIELER (GK)
    22
    VICTOR (GK)
    22
    WEIDENFELLER (GK)
    2
    DANI ALVES
    2
    GROßKREUTZ
    8
    PAULINHO (+46' HT)
    3
    GINTER
    14
    MAXWELL
    9
    SCHÜRRLE (+58')
    15
    HENRIQUE
    10
    PODOLSKI
    16
    RAMIRES (+46' HT)
    14
    DRAXLER (+76')
    18
    HERNANES
    15
    DURM
    19
    WILLIAN (+69')
    17
    MERTESACKER (+46' HT)
    21
    19
    GÖTZE
    3
    T SILVA
    23
    KRAMER
    10
    NEYMAR JR
    21
    MUSTAFI
    Coach Coach
    SCOLARI Luiz Felipe (BRA) LOEW Joachim (GER)

    Cautions

    DANTE (BRA) 68'

    a.e.t.: After extra time (C): Captain PSO: Penalty Shoot-out
    GK: Goalkeeper N: Not eligible to play I: Injured
    Y: Misses next match if booked Pos: Positions A: Absent

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    Seleção stunned, seventh heaven for Germany

    Germany have advanced to the FIFA World Cup™ Final with a sensational 7-1 drubbing of Brazil at the Estadio Mineirao in Belo Horizonte. The brilliance of Joachim Low's side was matched only by the ineptitude of the hosts, who suffered their heaviest-ever defeat and became the first team to concede seven in a knockout match at the world finals. Most of the pre-match coverage had focused on the impact of Neymar's absence but, once the game got underway, it was clear that Thiago Silva - Brazil's captain and defensive rock - was the man they would miss most. Without him, A Seleção's defending was shambolic, with Germany seemingly able to slice their way through at will.

    The tone was set by the opening goal after just 11 minutes, when Thomas Muller was allowed to steal in completely unmarked to casually volley home from Toni Kroos's outswinging corner. But there was no lesson learned. The hosts' defence continued to afford Germany's forwards the freedom of the penalty area, and it was no surprise when they were ruthlessly punished again 12 minutes later. Salt was rubbed in Brazilian wounds by the identity of the goalscorer, with Miroslav Klose not only doubling the Germans' lead, but taking his World Cup tally to 16 to surpass Seleção legend Ronaldo as the tournament's record scorer. Again, the marking was non-existent, with the Lazio striker allowed two shots from close range, the first of which was blocked by Julio Cesar, with the second slotted routinely inside the right-hand post.

    It was the spark for an incredible six-minute period, during which the Brazilian net bulged four times. Next up, with the pick of Germany's goals, was Kroos, who crashed in a first-time left-foot shot from the edge of the area after Muller had mis-kicked from Philipp Lahm's low cross. The Bayern Munich midfielder was impressive throughout and, a minute later, he made it 3-0 with another goal that owed much to Brazil's hesitant defending. The guilty man on this occasion was Fernandinho, who allowed himself to be robbed by Kroos midway inside his own half and could only watch as the Germany No18 exchanged passes with Sami Khedira before passing into the net with Julio Cesar stranded. Even at this early stage, it was clear that the game was over as a contest, but though the Mineirao crowd was stunned, there was much, much worse to follow.

    Germany's fifth goal was a near carbon copy of their fourth, though with Khedira the finisher rather then the supplier, side-footing home confidently from Mesut Ozil's pass. Brazil had not conceded five goals in a World Cup match since 1938, and while they won on that occasion - beating Poland 6-5 - there was never any chance of a comeback here. Indeed, it took until the second half for Scolari's side to provide any kind of response, and even then they found Manuel Neuer in imposing form. The Germany keeper has been one of the players of the tournament and he again shone, first in blocking Oscar's outside-of-the-foot shot and then in pulling off a fantastic double save from substitute Paulinho when a goal seemed certain.

    As it was, when the net next bulged, it was a German replacement who was celebrating. Again, the ease with which the Europeans scored was staggering, with Lahm given time and space to pick out Andre Schurrle for the most straightforward of close-range finishes. And Germany weren't finished yet, with Schurrle again finding acres of space to control and volley left-footed off the underside of the bar, completing the hosts' suffering. Oscar did score a fine last-minute goal, evading Jerome Boateng before shooting high beyond Neuer, but to describe it as a consolation would be stretching the truth. It was merely the final act of a match that will be forever remembered by all who witnessed it, and which leaves Brazil to wallow in misery and Germany to plan a Maracana meeting with Argentina or the Netherlands.

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    Brazil-Germany: Quotes

    Joachim Low, Germany coach
    After losing the semi-final to Italy in 2006, we know how Brazil, the players, Mr. Scolari and the fans feel, so we have to be modest and humble and take the next step. The emotions are great. We won, we’ve made it to the final. We coped with the passion of the Brazilians and we knew that if we played to our capabilities we thought we would win – but we couldn’t have expected this result. We took our chances well and they strained under the pressure caused by conceding. Both Argentina and the Netherlands have huge qualities and it will be a difficult match. For Miroslav Klose to break the record of scoring the most goals at the World Cup, it means a lot to us. It’s great for him and for the team. If you’ve scored the most goals in the history of the World Cup, you’ve had to earn it. He’s still playing at the highest level and scoring goals.

    Toni Kroos, Germany midfielder and Budweiser Man of the Match
    It was an impressive performance. It’s the best team performance for Germany I’ve been involved in. We started believing from the first minute as we thought that Brazil were a little bit hesitant in their decision-making and we took advantage of that. After we scored the first, the goals kept coming. Had someone had said we’d have won 7-1 I wouldn’t have believed them, but I thought we were outstanding, that’s all I can say. We’re here to become world champions, we’re happy and relieved to go through – but there’s still one game to go. No-one has won the World Cup in a semi-final.

    Luiz Felipe Scolari, Brazil coach
    It’s the worst moment of my football career and the worst day of my football life. But life goes on. Who is responsible for this result? I am, it’s me. The blame for this catastrophic result can be shared between us all, but the person who decided the line-up, the tactics was me. It was my choice. We tried to do what we could, we did our best – but we came up against a great German team. We couldn’t react to going behind. We got disorganised and panicked after the first goal and then it all went wrong for us. Not even the Germans can tell you how this happened – but it’s because of their skills and you have to respect that. We have to learn to deal with it. My message for the Brazilian people is this. Please excuse us for this performance. I’m sorry that we weren’t able to get to the final – and we’re going to try to win the third place match. We still have something to play for.

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