FIFA Announces 2014 World Cup 'Dream Team' as Voted On by Fans

BR-UK StaffFeatured Columnist IVJuly 23, 2014

FIFA

The results are in, and the FIFA World Cup "Dream Team" has been revealed. As you'd expect for a contest voted on by fans, the list features a whole lot of star power.

Perhaps the most notable inclusions? David Luiz, Marcelo and Thiago Silva. That's right, three defenders from the Brazilian side that conceded 10 goals in their final two matches. 

Brazil teammate Neymar also made the list, while the rest was populated with Germans, Argentinians and James Rodriguez. 

CountryName
GermanyManuel Neuer
BrazilDavid Luiz
GermanyMats Hummels
BrazilMarcelo
BrazilThiago Silva
ArgentinaAngel Di Maria
ColombiaJames Rodriguez
GermanyToni Kroos
ArgentinaLionel Messi
GermanyThomas Mueller
BrazilNeymar
GermanyJoachim Low

[FIFA]

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