Germany vs Brazil 2014 World Cup Highlights Semifinal 7-1 Goals Klose Schurrle Muller Kroos Khedira Schurrle Video

By Soccer Blog | Jul 8, 2014

Germany vs Brazil 2014 (Germany Brasil VIDEO BELOW)

Estadio Governador Magalhaes Pinto, Belo Horizonte- 8 July, 2014- 8/7/14- WC Semifinal- 21.00 UK KO

Brazil, sans Neymar and Thiago Silva, suffer their worst ever World Cup defeat as Germany score five times within the first 30 minutes, with Miroslav Klose becoming the record scorer in WC history.

Only goals, English comms, 2:29 duration

Extended English commentary hls, 15:43 duration

9:49 duration, Arabic comms

9:48 duration

Germany vs Brazil 1-0 (Muller goal vs Brazil 11′)
Germany v Brazil 2-0 (Klose goal vs Brazil 23′)
Germany vs Brazil 3-0 (Kroos goal v Brazil 24′)
Germany vs Brazil 4-0 (Kroos second goal v Brazil 26′)
Germany vs Brazil 5-0 (Khedira goal vs Brazil 29′)
Germany Brazil 6-0 (Schurrle goal vs Brazil 69′)
Germany Brazil 7-0 (Schurrle second goal vs Brazil 79′)
Germany vs Brazil 7-1 (Oscar goal vs Germany 90′)

Brazil v Germany World Cup 2014 attendance:- 58,141 (Referee- Rodriguez)

Brazil starting lineup vs Deutschland 2014 World Cup:- Julio Cesar, Maicon, Dante, Luiz, Marcelo, Gustavo, Fernandinho, Hulk, Oscar, Bernard, Fred

Germany starting XI vs Brazil WC 2014 Semifinal:- Neuer, Lahm, Boateng, Hummels, Howedes, Schweinsteiger, Khedira, Muller, Kroos, Ozil, Klose

(Credits of these Brazil Germany Goals Videos with respective third party uploaders. Soccer Blogger is not responsible for third party content)

6 Comments so far
  1. Sean July 9, 2014 4:03 am

    That was ordinary defending. Luiz and Marcelo’s positioning was terrible.

    Gotta feel for David Luiz being skipper, but anyone whose seen footy over the last few years would know that he is not the best defensive centre back.

    All credit to Germany, and does this mean that the Brazilian president loses power? Wasn’t a Brazilian victory important for Dilma to stay on?

  2. Jon July 9, 2014 5:00 am

    Hopefully, Holland will win tomorrow 🙂

  3. BBB July 9, 2014 6:44 am

    Probably worse than Uruguay 1950 for some Brazilians.

    Germany peaking at the right time. They’ll be highly fancied to lift the title now.

  4. jamie July 9, 2014 7:44 am

    well well havent the once mighty fallen,who would of believed.those stuck up brazilians have been put in there place finally.the whole country of brazil should hold there heads in shame,7-1 what a disgrace, back to basics for the whole team, omg even the local under 12s team would have done better, ha ha ha , thank you so so so much germany, take a bow, the soccer world is in your debt forever, :-)) :-)) :-))

  5. Sven July 9, 2014 11:57 am

    Total domination. This is waht happens when you put up a show instead of preparing for the game. It was all about Neymar instead of how to beat the opponent. The time spend for their suppor Neymar ideas should been spent in analyzing.

  6. kingsley asi, (Ghana) July 9, 2014 6:42 pm

    Oh Brazil, when would you get the opportunity to cover up this shameful result, always you claim you are the best football country in the world, you see what has happened to you, even (Afghanistan under 12) could have than better than what you did,oooh…. what a shock Brazil !!! kingsley.

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