German Paper's Front Page Gets World Cup Fever with Brilliant Scrabble Tiles

Mark Patterson@@MarkPattersonBRUK Staff WriterJuly 12, 2014

The Berliner Morgenpost will hit shops in the German capital tomorrow on the morning of the 2014 World Cup final with a brilliant Scrabble-themed front page.

There are no hype pictures of the players, no image of the World Cup trophy—just Scrabble tiles.

But with the players' names written horizontally on a grass backdrop, the tiles downwards spell "Weltmeister"—"World Champion."

There are some other lovely touches as well. Each tile's points value is the squad number of the player in question.

[H/T @CNyari, Twitter]

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