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Old 5th July 2014, 08:20 AM   #1 (permalink)
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2014 FIFA World Cup - Semi-finals - Brazil vs Germany

2014 FIFA World Cup - Semi-finals - Brazil vs Germany

Who will become the winner?

I think Germany.

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Re: 2014 FIFA World Cup - Semi-finals - Brazil vs Germany

Hmm... Tough choice. But I will go with Germany.

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Re: 2014 FIFA World Cup - Semi-finals - Brazil vs Germany

Their top scorer Neymar out of the WC and their captain Thiago is suspended for this one. Huge huge advantage for the Germans.

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Re: 2014 FIFA World Cup - Semi-finals - Brazil vs Germany

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Their top scorer Neymar out of the WC and their captain Thiago is suspended for this one. Huge huge advantage for the Germans.
Careful...Now everyone thinks Germany higher chance win, everybody go bet on Germany to win...So if Germany lose = bookmarkers win a lot

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Re: 2014 FIFA World Cup - Semi-finals - Brazil vs Germany

Brazil hopes fade with Neymar blow
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By Ben Hayward in Belo Horizonte


Brazil's worst fears have become reality. When Neymar left the pitch against Colombia on a stretcher on Friday following a reckless challenge by Juan Zuniga, a nation held its breath but, just two hours later, team doctor Rodrigo Lasmar told the Brazilian public on live television just what they did not want to hear: their star forward is out of the World Cup.

So forget a rapid return on Tuesday for the semi-final against Germany or a possible recovery in time for the final on July 13. Neymar has a fractured vertebra and will be sidelined for between four and six weeks. His World Cup is over and, without him, Brazil's campaign may also be finished.

"It's a dream [to play in the next round] but we're a bit sad Neymar is out of the competition," David Luiz said after the game. "He's a great guy, a great person and a great player. He brings good things to football. Everyone feels a bit sad because he's like a brother to me. We'll try to win the competition for Brazil. It would be great if we can win and celebrate with him."

Earlier, in the post-match press conference, coach Luiz Felipe Scolari had been pessimistic. "Everyone knew that Neymar was going to be hunted," he said. "He was kneed on his lower back and he was crying out in pain and I can guarantee that it won’t be easy for him to recover, based on what the doctor told us and the pain he’s in."

However, the Brazil boss claims that his side could cope without the 22-year-old. "If anything has to change, we’ll do that and we’ll play a great game [against Germany]," he declared. That, however, will be easier said than done.

Neymar was thr hosts' best player by far in the group games, scoring four goals in the wins over Croatia and Cameroon. He also hit what turned out to be the winning penalty in the shootout against Chile. In an efficient and workmanlike side, the 22-year-old was unquestionably the shining star, the man making the difference.

But now he is gone - and there is no real replacement within the squad. One other Brazilian player with the 'X-factor' that Neymar brings to the table is Ronaldinho but Scolari gave up on the former Barcelona star a long time ago. Likewise Kaka. In Neymar's absence, Felipao looks likely to turn to Chelsea's Willian, while Bernard is another alternative and Scolari could also opt for a formation change - although that seems unlikely.

Germany are up next in Belo Horizonte on Tuesday and, on the evidence of Brazil's previous performances in this tournament, Joachim Low's men have little of which to be afraid - especially without Neymar. The Selecao remain a strong side but, with their best player out, much of the fear factor will also be missing.

Scolari is set to opt for a European-style, high-tempo pressing and passing game, placing his faith in a strong collective more than ever before but, with Thiago Silva suspended against Germany and Neymar now sidelined for the remainder of the competition, Brazil face a tremendous task if they are to win this World Cup. Right now, it looks a little too much to ask.

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Good luck to Brazil. I doubt they can stop Germany's strikers now.

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Re: 2014 FIFA World Cup - Semi-finals - Brazil vs Germany

Germany is strong.

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Re: 2014 FIFA World Cup - Semi-finals - Brazil vs Germany

Germany for me..

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Re: 2014 FIFA World Cup - Semi-finals - Brazil vs Germany

high chance Germany.

Brazil is over-dependent on Neymar and now he is out, who have they left?

on the other hand, Germany is an excellent all-rounded team.

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Re: 2014 FIFA World Cup - Semi-finals - Brazil vs Germany

My bet is on Germany.

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Re: 2014 FIFA World Cup - Semi-finals - Brazil vs Germany

Brazil is not all about Neymar. They have good players for every position. If a team is reliant only on one player, then that team does not deserve to be in the World Cup.

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Re: 2014 FIFA World Cup - Semi-finals - Brazil vs Germany

Expect both sides to attack

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Re: 2014 FIFA World Cup - Semi-finals - Brazil vs Germany

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Brazil is over-dependent on Neymar and now he is out, who have they left?
I don't think so. Beside scoring goals and falling to the ground on the slightest touch ( maybe the grass in Brazil taste nicer), am not being impressed by him. Brazil all along had been about individual skill which work well for them last time.

Germany in the other hand, had a solid teamwork. So individual vs teamwork, I take the latter.

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Brazil without captain as nation awaits Germany clash

Brazil without captain as nation awaits Germany clash


Brazil's defender and captain Thiago Silva (C) receives a yellow card from Spanish referee Carlos Velasco Carballo (2L) during the quarter-final football match between Brazil and Colombia at the Castelao Stadium in Fortaleza during the 2014 FIFA World Cup on July 4, 2014.

Tuesday, July 8, 2014 - 09:31
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SAO PAULO - Brazil will be without captain Thiago Silva for their World Cup semi-final against Germany after FIFA on Monday rejected an appeal against his yellow card, denting home hopes of lifting the trophy for the sixth time.

The hosts were already missing their most talented player, injured striker Neymar, but coach Luiz Felipe Scolari said his side had absorbed the disappointment of his absence and were looking forward to Tuesday's match in Belo Horizonte.

"The team will miss the way he plays, the happiness. I'm sure that tomorrow they will play for Neymar, but also for themselves and, above all, for the goal of the whole group - to qualify for the final," he told reporters.

"He has done his share, now it's up to us, myself, Thiago, the others and all the Brazilian people. This is the match where we are playing for everything we dreamed of, for each and every one of us, and for Neymar."

Latin American fans are hoping Brazil meet their arch-rivals Argentina in football's biggest showcase at the Maracana stadium, but the Netherlands and Germany stand in their way as four heavyweight teams slug it out in the semi-finals.

First up are Brazil, who have yet to shine at a tournament in which they are feeling the weight of 200 million people's expectations on their shoulders.

Anything but winning the World Cup on home soil would be a national catastrophe, even though Brazil have won the trophy five times, more than any other nation.

When Colombia defender Juan Zuniga clattered into Neymar with his knee in the quarter-finals, breaking a bone in his back, there was a mixture of shock and anger among Brazilians who knew the injury was a major setback to their chances.

FIFA ruled on Monday that Zuniga would not be punished for the challenge, because rules prevent the ruling body from revisiting an incident that is dealt with by the referee on the pitch.

Thiago Silva, however, was still fuming. "In my opinion, it was a cowardly tackle," the suspended captain said. "I am a defender and you don't do that. There's no way you put a knee behind a player to get a ball in front, unless you want to cause a certain situation."

"Little artistry left"

The foul was one of 54 committed during a highly physical match, yet only four yellow cards were shown by referee Carlos Velasco Carballo who was widely criticised for losing control of the game and allowing players to become increasingly violent.

Nevertheless, he is among the 15 teams of referees and linesmen asked to stay for the semi-finals and final, along with Japan's Yuichi Nishimura who infuriated Croatia in the opening match by awarding a soft penalty to Brazil with the scores level at 1-1.

The hosts went on to win 3-1, Neymar scoring twice.

FIFA rejected a German newspaper allegation that referees had been instructed to hold off awarding yellow cards.

Germany coach Joachim Loew has urged match officials to intervene if Brazil play rough against Germany. "There's precious little left of that traditional Brazilian style of football, that artistic style of playing that we all know so well," Loew said.

"For sure, Brazil still have good technical players. But they're playing more robustly than any other team here and they have been trying to break up their opponents' attack that way. "At the end of the day it's up to the referee to come up with the correct punishment," Loew said.

Germany will not go into the game unprepared.

No European team has won one of the previous six World Cups in Latin America, and assistant coach Hansi Flick said Germany been studying a giant data base collected by a team of about 50 students at Cologne's sport university for the last two years.

That information, combined with scouting reports, has been used for detailed analyses of Brazil and their players. "We're very, very well-prepared and we're looking forward to playing Brazil," Flick told reporters when asked about how Germany planned to end the dominance of Latin American teams when playing in their own region.

"We've been working on this project for the last two years and our entire system has been built up for that."

Di Stefano dies

Germany are undefeated in Brazil but have not faced a Latin American team yet. Their four wins were against Portugal, the United States, Algeria and France with a draw against Ghana.

The other semi-final, between Argentina and the Netherlands, will be played in Sao Paulo on Wednesday, and while the South Americans will look to forward Lionel Messi for inspiration, the Dutch have their own match-winner in Arjen Robben.

Messi, who many believe is the best footballer of his generation, has lit up the tournament with four goals and intelligent passing, and with him in the team Argentina have a good chance of winning the World Cup for the third time.

Messi took time out to pay his respects to former Real Madrid forward Alfredo Di Stefano, who died in Madrid aged 88. "The world lost a legend today, Don Alfredo Di Stefano," Messi wrote on Facebook of a man considered to be one of the greatest players of all time. "An amazing man on and off the field."

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Re: 2014 FIFA World Cup - Semi-finals - Brazil vs Germany

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Brazil is not all about Neymar. They have good players for every position. If a team is reliant only on one player, then that team does not deserve to be in the World Cup.
i disagree. Just look at their past matches, who else but Neymar really stood out in terms of performance? Their results have been pretty lack-luster and don't look too convincing as a world-cup champion.

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I can tell you, Brazil will not lose this match. Mark my words.

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Re: 2014 FIFA World Cup - Semi-finals - Brazil vs Germany

Germany thrash Brazil with a 7-1 win.

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Germany inflict historic 7-1 thrashing on Brazil

Brazil's World Cup dream was smashed into oblivion as majestic Germany ran riot to win an extraordinary semi-final 7-1 and send the South American hosts crashing to their worst ever defeat in their 100-year footballing history.



BELO HORIZONTE: Brazil's World Cup dream was smashed into oblivion as majestic Germany ran riot to win an extraordinary semi-final 7-1 and send the South American hosts crashing to their worst ever defeat in their 100-year footballing history.

Sixty-four years after Brazil was plunged into national mourning after their loss in the 1950 final, the hosts were torn apart in a defeat likely to be every bit as traumatic as the fabled "Maracanazo."

Germany advanced to Sunday's final in the Maracana after a brilliant first-half blitz which included a burst of four goals in six devastating minutes.

Thomas Mueller opened the scoring on 11 minutes, punishing poor Brazilian marking at a corner to make it 1-0.

Brazil, badly missing suspended captain Thiago Silva, tried to regroup but there was no respite.

Miroslav Klose's cool finish on 23 minutes -- which made him the World Cup's all-time top-scorer with 16 goals -- was the cue for the floodgates to open.

Toni Kroos struck twice in the 24th and 26th minutes to make it 4-0 and then Sami Khedira rounded off another clinical move to make it 5-0 on 29 minutes.

Dead and buried inside half an hour, the crowd at the Mineirao Stadium was stunned into silence.

Many fans burst into tears as they struggled to comprehend the enormity of what had taken place.

After the fifth goal, well before half-time, hundreds of people left their expensive seats.

A section of the crowd chanted sexually-expletive obscenities against the team and President Dilma Rousseff, who up to now had enjoyed a reprieve from protests over the record $11 billion spent to host the tournament.

Across the nation, others fans shouted at their televisions and abandoned public screenings.

Though Brazil rallied at the start of the second half, the torture continued on 69 minutes when Andre Schuerrle swept in Germany's sixth.

This time boos rang out around the Mineirao as the Germans celebrated.

Schuerrle then grabbed his second on 79 minutes to make it 7-0, and confirm the worst defeat in Brazil's history.

The previous record loss had been a 6-0 reverse to Uruguay in 1920.

Schuerlle's second goal was greeted by a burst of applause as Brazilian fans saluted Germany's wonderful exhibition of attacking football.

A late goal from Oscar was barely applauded by the Mineirao Stadium crowd.

Brazil had gone into the match riding a fervent wave of national emotion, determined to clinch a place in the final to honour injurect striker Neymar.

The crowd roared chants of "Neymar, Neymar" just before kick-off, following a spine-tingling rendition of the national anthem that saw captain David Luiz proudly holding up the injured striker's No.9 shirt.

But Mueller's early strike punctured the fervent mood, and when the goals started flying in after Klose made it 2-0 there was no way back for Brazil.

Mueller admitted after the game he was in shock at the scoreline.

"This was not to be expected," the Bayern Munich star exclaimed. "I don't know what to say to be honest.

"I can't believe it. It's something totally crazy. It just went well today."

Mueller quickly urged his team to put the result behind them as they focus on Sunday's final at the Maracana.

"Now we have to pull through one more time, we have to fight to get this thing."

Brazil coach Luiz Felipe Scolari meanwhile asked for forgiveness from his countrymen after the thrashing by Germany.

"We ask for forgiveness," a shellshocked Scolari said after their semi-final meltdown.

"To the people, please excuse us for this negative mistake."

The 2002 World Cup-winning coach took full responsibility for the performance.

"I'm responsible for what the team does out on the pitch -- and I am to blame for this result," he said.

"I'm sorry we could not reach our goal. The fans supported us even when it was five, six, or seven down to Germany.

"It's not normal to concede four goals in six minutes but it can happen.

"Even Germany couldn't believe what was happening."

Brazil President Dilma Rousseff took to social media to express her sorrow after her national team's capitulation.

"Like every Brazilian, I am very, very said about this defeat. I am
immensely sorry for all of us. Fans and our players," she wrote on Twitter
after the game.

Germany will now play the winner of Wednesday's semi-final between the Netherlands and Argentina in the final.

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well, guess we were right. Brazil is nothing without Neymar. Of course that is not to excuse the rest of the team for such pathetic performances.....

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Re: 2014 FIFA World Cup - Semi-finals - Brazil vs Germany

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I can tell you, Brazil will not lose this match. Mark my words.
Ya, I marked your words.. Brazil 1 German 7.

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