Chelsea FC: David Luiz in Tears After Loss in FIFA Club World Cup Final

Michael CummingsWorld Football Lead WriterDecember 17, 2012

YOKOHAMA, JAPAN - DECEMBER 16:  David Luiz of Chelsea (Silver Ball), Cassio of Corinthians (Golden Ball) and Paolo Guerrero of Corinthians (Bronze Ball) pose with their awards on the podium during the FIFA Club World Cup Final Match between Corinthians and Chelsea at International Stadium Yokohama on December 16, 2012 in Yokohama, Japan.  (Photo by Kaz Photography/Getty Images)
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Don't laugh at David Luiz. Sure, he might be a crier, but he just feels things so intensely.

Honestly, it's only because he cares so much.

After Chelsea lost the FIFA Club World Cup final to Corinthians in Japan on Sunday, the world shrugged its collective shoulders, life went on and most of us immediately forgot all about it. Because, really, could you name the two teams that played in the final two years ago?

If not, join the crowd. The Club World Cup doesn't exactly rank high on most fans' lists. But Luiz is no normal man.

He's a sensy. His music is acoustic alternative. He marvels at fireflies. He cries after losing the Club World Cup final.

The Sun, ever ready to poke fun, fills us in with Luiz's own words:

I have a heavy heart. I cried. I wanted to win.

I dreamed one day of playing in the Club World Cup final. I play for a big club and big clubs win big games and big titles.

It gets better:

I can run for three hours if I want because I work so hard physically. I want to be able to put my head on the pillow every night and know that I have done my best.

I think I played well and say thanks to God for my life always, in good moments and bad moments. I have a heavy heart but I have an amazing family. I have a great job and a great life.

We're not making fun. We're sensy-ing right along with Sideshow Bob. Remember, when times are good, Luiz is ready to party hardy.

Anyone remember this? The guy has a Facebook page dedicated to his legendary inebriation, for crying out loud.

And so, we can only hope for high drama upon Chelsea's return to the Premier League. We're all past due for a good cry.