Video GIF and Pictures- Brazilian kid and fans crying | David Luiz cries post match interview emotional after Germany game

By Soccer Blog | Jul 9, 2014

Brazilian fans were an emotional lot during their side’s stunning 7-1 loss to Germany in the World Cup semifinals on 8th July, 2014. David Luiz, their stand in skipper, was absolutely distraught and heartbroken after the game and couldn’t contain his tears at the post match interview.

Brazilian fans crying after loss to Germany

Young Brazilian kid crying after Germany’s fourth goal- GIF

David Luiz emotional and crying at post match interview

David Luiz post match interview

David Luiz

Brazilian woman fan can’t control her tears

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12 Comments so far
  1. Pele July 9, 2014 10:29 am

    Remove the one with the kid, this is not funny.

  2. Soccer Blog July 9, 2014 1:10 pm

    It isn’t meant to be funny. Both the kid and the old man holding that statue were the reasons many of us wiped a tear last night.

  3. Nate July 9, 2014 5:46 pm

    Great match for the Germans. Shame the Brazilians didn’t show up to it.

  4. LIli July 10, 2014 1:09 am

    Can’t believe such a violence can be permitted during the game. It could paralyze the poor kid and destroy his youth. Absurd!!!! Why and how they can permit that kind o behavior ?
    Hope Neymar will have brilliant future. This is the last time I will watch this kind o violence!

  5. Caesar July 10, 2014 1:33 am

    I don’t care… I am French! Lmao
    The Brazillians were laughing at us in 2010.

  6. mitch July 10, 2014 2:58 am

    So many soccer fans/players in touch with their feminine side.

    MAN UP and take it on the chin. Professional sports players crying after they lose are terrible role models for the worlds children – case and point

  7. james July 10, 2014 4:34 am

    Brazil had this coming with their arrogance and inflated egos. Joga bonito is dead. There was nothing beautiful about this team. Germany taught you a lesson in humility which will be forever enshrined in history. No one will ever forget this day. You’re not the best anymore, so wipe your tears and stop acting like you are. Enjoy your poverty and ruined economy over hosting the world cup because it sure looks like it was all for nothing.

  8. Richard July 10, 2014 7:11 pm

    A fine example of how self delusional people can be. Very entertaining 🙂
    Brazilian Soccer, especially at the national team level, has gone no where for the last 16 years.
    One very simple principle continues to escape them:
    At the international level, when you don’t have the ball you are a defender.
    Keeping possession of the ball is the best defence BUT all of the team must be skilled at doing so. The days of being able to win by being only 75% as fit as your opponents and playing attacking football only are long gone.
    Any national coach who thinks otherwise is living in a bubble.
    Brazil has deteriorated significantly over the last 16 years in this department.
    Missing also is:
    Players with speed
    Players like Roberto Carlos (Shooting)
    Players like Dunga (who are disciplined and understand how to defend)
    Team does not reflect the fact that close to 5 million African slaves were sent to Brazil, we keep seeing very “whiteish” teams.

    Until this changes forget winning another world cup Brazil the game has passed you by, evolved beyond you you are now headed towards the English

  9. Thamires July 11, 2014 5:26 am

    Even thought we lost,nothing can ever erase our glorious past,or take the 5 stars of our chest. STOP JUDGING PEOPLE YOU DON’T KNOW AND A NATION YOU NEVER MET BEFORE !!!!! Just because our soccer was claimed to be the best in the world many people hate us,GROW UP & RESPECT HATEEEEEEEEERSSSSSSSS!!!!! There is no country but BRAZIL who qualified in all world cups and won five times,so stop HATING just because your country doesn’t have what we had. We lost 7-1 YES? SO what ?? This can be a lesson and a warning for us to play like we did before and I’m sure the future holds great things for Brazilian soccer that the world won’t ever forget.

    And for you james talking about our economy…you should shut your mouth at LEAST OUR COUNTRY DON’T OWN ANYONE!!!!!!!!!! WE SPENT A LOT OF MONEY AND SO WHAT??? DID WE TAKE IT FROM YOUR POCKET? NOPE ~~~ SO SHUT THE HELL UP !!!! We didn’t take money from anyone,so why you barking? IT’S OUR MONEY WE CAN DO WHATEVER THE HELL WE WANT WITH IT 🙂

  10. Himanis July 13, 2014 8:49 am

    Hey guys, chill! Don’t fight unnecessarily, be at peace. You people must feel proud that your country is playing in this tournament. My country (India) isn’t so strong in football and isn’t playing in this tournament. But, I watch those games. I’m really sad for Brazil’s loss. But recently I’ve read an article that if Germany wins it’ll be their 1st World Cup title since their reunification (East Ger and West Ger), as those 3 titles before were won only by West Germany. Brazil is currently in the top list with 5 World Cup titles before, if Germany wins, no one can displace Brazil from 1st rank. So, keep calm and enjoy the game.

  11. LOlguy July 15, 2014 2:41 am

    @Thamires, Why should we respect you? respect is earned not given freely. Your people act like football is their life and your kids grow up thinking they will all become pro football players. Your education system is crap and if your country stopped thinking they can all become football players and worked together to provide a better education for your kids/adults then you might not be stuck in poverty.

  12. Daniel February 3, 2015 6:34 am

    It is not funny.. i think it is emotional scene.. Kids and adults (everyone) are big fan of soccer.. when any team lose the match ,their countries people are obviously hurt for their team.its not a joke.its shows their love for their country. Thanks for sharing!!

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