1. 5 Mexico Players Whose Stock Fell at 2014 World Cup

    Mexico's stellar performance was not so bright for some players. There were five footballers who hoped to have a fantastic performance in order to secure their move to bigger clubs or simply prove themselves...

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  2. Thomas Mueller Becomes 2nd Player to Score 5 Goals at Consecutive World Cups

    When Thomas Mueller scored the opening goal in Germany's shocking 7-1 win over Brazil in the semifinals of the World Cup on Tuesday, Paul Carr of ESPN noted that he became just the second player to score five goals in back-to-back World Cups...

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  3. Germany's Miroslav Klose Becomes All-Time Leading World Cup Goalscorer

    With a goal in the 23rd minute of Germany's shocking 7-1 victory over Brazil in the semifinals of the World Cup on Tuesday, German forward Miroslav Klose became the all-time leader in World Cup goals with 16, per ESPN Stats & Info ...

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  4. From 1974 to 2006: History of Argentina and the Netherlands at World Cups

    Just as PST looked at Brazil and Germany's World Cup history before Tuesday's semifinal, ProSoccerTalk's flipping through the history books to catch up on the past Argentina and the Netherlands carry into the other half of this year's final four bracket..

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  5. Mats Hummels Has Knee Injury

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  6. Berlin Parties Like It's 1989 After 7-1 Thrashing of Brazil

    It's 1am in Berlin and they're partying like it's 1989. Except this time it's not the Berlin Wall that's fallen, but a football icon that's been smashed: 7-1 against Brazil in the World Cup semifinal and the Berliners can't believe it...

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  7. Low: German plan worked perfectly

    Germany's quick counter-attacks worked exactly as planned, coach Joachim Low said after their 7-1 dismantling of Brazil in Tuesday's semifinal...

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  8. Collymore's World Cup Corner: How Brazil Players Will Take Germany Humiliation

    BELO HORIZONTE , Brazil — 1. General thoughts on Germany’s 7-1 drubbing of Brazil Brazil actually started Tuesday’s semi-final against Germany quite well...

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  9. Brazil Fans Turn on President Amid World Cup Failure

    Brazil's historic meltdown in a semifinal match at FIFA's 2014 World Cup reached a fevered pitch late in the first half, when fans once again turned on President Dilma Rousseff as the ...

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  10. David Luiz Becomes Pained Symbol of Brazil's Unimaginable Meltdown

    It wasn't 1950. It was so much worse. And if tales of the Maracanazo have meandered through history and lapped up against this tournament, then tales of what happened in Belo Horizonte on Tuesday will never go away...

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  11. Brazil's World Cup Collapse Down to Technical, Tactical and Mental Shortcomings

    Brazil’s World Cup collapse was as monumental as it was unforeseen. At the final whistle in Belo Horizonte , even the Germany players were astonished as to the magnitude of the 7-1 scoreline...

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  12. Why Humiliation Versus Germany Will Haunt Brazil More Than 1950 Defeat

    By the end, there were Brazilians in the crowd with smiles on their faces. The game long gone, the result well known. Brazil's humiliation at the hands of Germany in Belo Horizonte will go down in football annals...

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  13. Sabella: 'Argentina Already Won'

    Alejandro Sabella insists Argentina “have already won” regardless of their World Cup semi-final result with Holland...

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  14. Brazil vs. Germany: What Went Wrong for Hosts in 7-1 Defeat

    In a match that Brazil will not be able to forget no matter how hard they try, Germany embarrassed the World Cup hosts with a 7-1 victory in the semi-finals...

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  15. David Luiz Must Be Held Accountable for Brazil's Embarrassing World Cup Defeat

    Brazil have suffered their worst humiliation in their entire proud footballing history, after losing 7-1 to Germany in the 2014 FIFA World Cup semi-final on Tuesday night...

    Karl Matchett Written by Karl Matchett about 4 days ago 36,730 reads 102 comments

  16. David Luiz Breaks Down in Tears After Brazil's 7-1 World Cup Humiliation

    Brazil's 7-1 defeat in the World Cup semi-final stunned the world and left the host nation in a state of shock—and nowhere did that show more clearly than in the face of captain David Luiz ...

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  17. Low: 'We Know How Brazil Feel'

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  18. World Cup 2014: Winners and Losers from Brazil vs. Germany Semi-Final

    It was unexpected in its arrival, horrific in its unraveling. On Tuesday at Estadio Mineirao, Germany inflicted a record defeat upon host nation Brazil, winning 7-1 at the semi-final stage of the 2014 FIFA World Cup...

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  19. Three Thoughts on Germany's 7-1 Semifinal Rout of Brazil

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  20. Brazil vs. Germany: 6 Things We Learned

    In what has been a truly outstanding tournament thus far, the World Cup finally welcomed its first genuinely great side on Tuesday night when Germany overcame hosts Brazil 7-1 at the Estadio Mineirao in Belo Horizonte ...

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  21. Scolari: I Am Responsible

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  22. Miroslav Klose Breaks Ronaldo Record to Compound Brazil Misery

    Miroslav Klose is now the top goalscorer in the history of World Cup competition, scoring his 16th tournament goal early in Germany's 7-1 semifinal victory over Brazil in Belo Horizonte ...

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  23. Why Neymar Wouldn't Have Saved Brazil from World Cup Mauling by Germany

    Brazilian superstar Neymar sat out the 2014 FIFA World Cup semi-final with an injury as his team were humiliated 7-1 by Germany, a historic defeat as they bowed out of the finals on home soil in embarrassing fashion...

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  24. Vine: David Luiz in Tears After Loss

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  25. Jurgen Klinsmann Is Really Pumped About Germany's Destruction of Brazil

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