Wednesday, 9 July 2014

Germany defeats Brazil in dramatic manner.

Germany overcome Brazil in world cup demolition.

  Klose became the world cup all-time leading goalscorer after overtaking Ronaldo as Germany cruise past a demolished Luiz Felipe side with an emphatic 7-1 win to book their place in the final.
  Germany finished off threats from Brazil as Thomas Muller, Sami Khedira, Toni Kroos, and Andre Schurrle demolished Luiz Felipe Scolari's side.
  It all started when the host found themselves behind after just 11 minutes, when Toni Kroos' corner picked out Thomas Muller who side footed beyond Julio Cesar.
  Klose then added his name to the score-sheet, slotting home the rebound after Cesar had pushed away his initial effort, and his record 16th in the world cup taking him ahead of Ronaldo.
  Kroos immediately added another goal in the 24th minute of the game as he scored with the outside of his boot.Kroos added in the fourth goal after Sami Khedira's cutback was immediately executed.
  Khedira went on to score the fifth after a superb assist from Mesut Ozil.
  The second half brought a much more positive play from the Brazilian team and could have had three goals in the first ten minutes after the break, but thanks to fantastic saves from Manuel Neuer.
  Andre Schurrle who came on as a substitute added the sixth, and 12 minutes from time the Chelsea man made it seven with a brilliant finish.
  The only consolation for Brazil came from Oscar, as he finally beat Neuer in the final minute to at least get the host on the score sheet.
  Germany would now turn their attention to Argentina or Holland in the Maracana on sunday for the final of the world cup.

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