World Cup semifinal Germany/Brazil. Ich bin ein Berliner !

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Woo, Woo Woo, Wunderbar ! 7/1. Unbelievable ! Brazil is out, after a poor performance. Of course, the team was diminish without its spearhead, Neymar and some missing  important players for this semifinal. Those latest knew the consequences of bad game. Apparently, Brasilian Coach messed it up with his non convincing selection of average players leaving many bests of them aside. French team and Cameroonian have suffered the same ill-adviced selection.

This Brazilian selection was not the Best. It lacks lure and dynamite. Since the beginning of the competition I chose to be German and Netherlander and there it is. Are we going to witness the same scenario tomorrow as Argentina may suffer the same fate as Brazilian : everything resting under Messi’s shoulders and physical condition ?

 

RIGHT NOW I BET AND I WISH GERMANY WINNING THIS WORLD CUP EDITION. THE TEAM HAS COME FORWARD STRONG AND PERFORMING. MOREOVER, COACH LEW HAS SUCEEDED RECALLING THEM TO PLAY IT WITH SOMETHING MORE THAN THEIR FEET : A BRAIN. GENTLEMEN,

TONIGHT, I AM A BERLINER UNTIL THE END OF THE WORLD CUP.

Wunderbar one more time. This is to say We love Amazing Football ! GOOD LUCK TO ARGENTINA AND HOLLAND. Whoever wins is welcome. This World Cup’s Podium is perfect.

 Screen  Capture – God didn’t answer the Call for mercy

CNN Breaking News

Germany humiliated host nation Brazil 7-1 in a shocking World Cup semifinal.

The Germans advanced to Sunday’s final and will face the winner of Wednesday’s contest between Argentina and the Netherlands.

 

From the NYT.

Host Brazil Stunned, 7-1, by Germany in Semifinal

 

Brazil was humiliated by Germany in a defeat of historic proportions.
Germany ruthlessly dismantled Brazil in the semifinal, 7-1. It was the most goals ever scored by a team in a World Cup semifinal.
The scoring began in the 11th minute when Thomas Müller tallied his fifth goal of the Cup after being left unmarked in the box. But it was the brief period from Minute 23 to Minute 29 that devastated Brazil.
First Miroslav Klose scored his record-breaking 16th career World Cup goal, surpassing the former Brazilian great Ronaldo. Then in rapid-fire succession came two goals from Toni Kroos and one by Sami Khedira. Just like that, it was 5-0.
Brazil, playing without its star Neymar, who broke a vertebra in the quarterfinal, looked livelier in the second half. But the sixth and seventh goals also went to Germany, as substitute Andre Schurrle added to Brazil’s misery. Oscar scored a late consolation goal that was little consolation to Brazil.

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http://www.nytimes.com/2014/07/09/sports/worldcup/world-cup-2014-host-brazil-stunned-7-1-by-germany-in-semifinal.html?emc=edit_na_20140708

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