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TITLE TEAMS: Germany v Brazil
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 0-1T. Müller  11'
 0-2M. Klose  23'
 0-3T. Kroos  24'
 0-4T. Kroos  26'
 0-5S. Khedira  29'
 0-6A. Schurrle  69'
 0-7A. Schurrle  79'
Oscar  90' 1-7 
GERT. Müller  11' 0-1
GERM. Klose  23' 0-2
GERT. Kroos  24' 0-3
GERT. Kroos  26' 0-4
GERS. Khedira  29' 0-5
GERA. Schurrle  69' 0-6
GERA. Schurrle  79' 0-7
BRAOscar  90' 1-7
HT: 0-5
Mineirao (Attendance: 58,141)
Referee: Marco Rodríguez
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Brazil vs. Germany
Minute Commentary
Brazil have been demolished in ruthless fashion by a brilliant Germany display in Belo Horizonte. The Brazilians started the game brightly, but were worryingly open in midfield and slack at the back right from the kick-off. Some dreadful defending from a corner left Thomas Muller unmarked to volley home his fifth goal of this World Cup after just 11 minutes. Brazil lost their heads in reaction to going behind, throwing far too many players forward and playing right into Germany's hands. Joachim Low's side sat deep, invited the Brazilians forward, and then hit them time and time again on the counter attack. Four goals in six astonishing minutes ripped the soul out of Brazil with less than half-an-hour on the clock. Miroslav Klose made it 2-0 with a close-range finish that saw him become the greatest goal-scorer in World Cup history – breaking Ronaldo's record while he sat in the stands. Toni Kroos bagged a quick-fire brace as Brazil continued to be left hopelessly exposed on the break, and the excellent Sami Khedira added a fifth. Brazil gave it a go just after the break, only to be denied on three occasions by Manuel Neuer, and the introduction of Andre Schurrle saw Germany become even more potent on the counter-attack. Schurrle scored two second half goals to make it seven for Die Mannschaft, and his brilliant second goal prompted a remarkable reaction from the home supporters, who first applauded the Germans and then cheered their every touch. It was the most humiliating conclusion possible for Brazil, who took little cheer from Oscar's consolation goal in added time. This is an era-defining result. The greatest win in World Cup semi-final history. A devastating result for Brazil. A wonderful win for Germany. In Belo Horizonte it finished Brazil 1, Germany 7!
The biggest football nation on the planet have been knocked out of their own World Cup in devastating and humiliating fashion. The reaction from the crowd on the final whistle suggests that this will be a game that will have a lasting impact on this country's footballing ethos and you fear that some of these Brazilian players may never recover – many of whom were breaking down as they left the pitch.
The referee puts Brazil out of their misery and boos ring out from the stands to accompany the Samba stars down the tunnel. 7-1.
Brazil have a moment to celebrate at last. Oscar is put clean through by a long ball over the top and slots past a stranded Manuel Neuer. The Germans are absolutely furious that they have failed to keep a clean-sheet, which should tell you a lot about their attitude. That was all about the lack of pace of Per Mertesacker, who will definitely not be starting the final if Joachim Low can help it!
Mesut Ozil is put clean through on goal, but he slots his shot wide of the post.
Germany are stroking the ball around the centre of the park in the manner that you'd expect from a team that are seven goals up in a World Cup semi-final. I'm going to have to keep dropping in the score-line because I can barely believe it myself!
The Brazilian fans are chanting ‘ole' for every German touch, which is the ultimate gesture of respect for Germany…and the ultimate humiliation for the Brazilian players as they crash out of their own tournament in the worst manner imaginable.
The square ball put it on a plate for the unmarked Andre Schurrle, and the substitute bagged his second goal since coming on with a beautiful piece of control and an arrowed finish in off the bar. The Brazilian crowd deserve huge amounts of credit for their reaction – they stood as one and applauded the goal.
It's seven! 7-0! Seven goals to zero!
David Luiz goes in hard on Thomas Muller and then waits for the German to get back to his feet before swinging a foot wildly in the direction of Muller in a completely unnecessary and vicious challenge. That could have been a red card, very easily.
Brazil has taken this tournament to its heart and the team have been walking an emotional tightrope for weeks, but this result will send shockwaves through the core of the most passionate football nation on the planet. The big screen keeps on picking out young Brazilian children crying their eyes out in the stands, but you hope that tears are all we see on the streets of Brazil later this evening. A 6-0 defeat is a lot to take.
Luis Felipe Scolari makes his third and final change, replacing Fred with Willian. If those chances early in the second half had gone in then maybe Brazil would have had the intention of pushing for a comeback, but at 6-0 down with 20 minutes remaining this is damage-limitation time. There are boos among some of the fans, and the Brazilian players on the bench look emotionally broken.
Andre Schurrle is picked out by a brilliantly unselfish pass across the box by Philipp Lahm, and the Chelsea winger makes no mistake with a tidy finish. That's 6-0, and this would be the biggest ever win in a World Cup semi-final if it stays this way.
Thomas Muller plays a cross-field ball to put two of his team-mates clean through on goal, but Bastian Schweinsteiger leaves it for Andre Schurrle – allowing Julio Cesar enough time to race out of his area and clear. That should have been a goal, but credit to the keeper.
Germany are sitting deep and inviting Brazil on to make space for the counter-attack… and it is working a treat! Another three-man break should result in a sixth goal, but the cross isn't great and fails to pick out the unmarked Andre Schurrle coming in from the opposite flank. Joachim Low is absolutely furious, which says a lot about his desire to make a statement in this second half.
Maicon goes to ground inside the area in embarrassing fashion, prompting the Germany defenders to crowd around the referee and ask for a yellow card for diving. It was a dive, and maybe should have been a yellow, but the official keeps his cards in his pocket.
Germany have made a change, replacing Miroslav Klose with Andre Schurrle, and it seems to have given them a boost (not that they really need one). Schurrle finds Thomas Muller in space on the edge of the area, but Julio Cesar is on hand to pull off a brilliant save to deny Muller and tip the ball over the bar.
There are a few brilliant sweeper-keepers in the world – Hugo Lloris springs to mind – but nobody is a better exponent of the art than Manuel Neuer. This end-to-end game sees Brazil almost get through in behind the Germany high-line defence, but Neuer comes racing out of his box, wins the ball and invites the foul to relieve the pressure.
Brazil are still throwing everything at this attempt to launch an astonishing comeback, but Manuel Neuer is a goalkeeper in almost unbeatable form. Paulinho is slipped through and should score, but his first shot is straight at Neuer, and his second on the rebound is brilliantly saved by the stopper. Brazil could have had two goals in as many minutes… but it remains 5-0.
Oscar slams a shot on target from close-range, but somehow it stays out and Germany manage to scramble away the rebound. That really should have been a goal, and if Fred had been more alert he would have had a tap-in on the follow-up.
You have to give it to Brazil – they are really giving this a go! Even David Luiz is pushing forward looking to get a goal, but Germany are holding firm. Ramires' cross is easily cut out by Manuel Neuer and Germany break… which you imagine will be the pattern for the remainder of the half. There is still acres of space for the European side on the counter-attack.
Oscar goes down in the box looking for a penalty, but there was nothing in that and the referee rightly waves for play to continue. That was pretty desperate by Oscar, but I suppose desperate times call for desperate measures and all that.
We're back underway, and both teams have made changes. Paulinho and Ramirez are on for Fernandinho and Hulk for Brazil… which is hardly going to help with a comeback, but could stem the tide. Germany give Mats Hummels a rest, bringing on Per Mertesacker.
45' 5-0 AT HALF-TIME!
Brazil's home World Cup campaign has unravelled in the most spectacular fashion imaginable in Belo Horizonte. Germany started the game on the back foot, but it didn't last for long. There was plenty of space right from the start on the counter-attack for the Germans, and Thomas Muller took his personal account for the tournament up to five with a volleyed finish after he was left completely unmarked from a corner. If that was bad defending by Brazil, there was much worse to come. Pushing forward in an attempt to get back in the game, Brazil left their two centre-backs totally on their own to deal with Germany's inevitable counter-attacks, and what resulted was a salvo of four goals in six astonishing minutes to put the Europeans into a five-goal lead and prompt plenty of tears from fans right around the ground. Toni Kroos has bagged a brace, the excellent Sami Khedira has got one to show for all of his excellent work on the break, and Miroslav Klose has the goal he needed to break Ronaldo's World Cup goal-scoring record… just to make the evening even worse for Brazilian fans. This has been a humiliation for the World Cup hosts, and there is no chance of them coming back in the second half. Germany are heading into the World Cup final, and will be on the hunt for more goals after the break!
The whistle goes to bring an end to one of the most remarkable 45 minutes in World Cup history. At half-time it is Brazil 0, Germany… 5!
Brazil are trying to force some sort of comeback, but Germany's defence can sit deep and reduce the space in behind thanks to their five-goal cushion.
Philipp Lahm attempts a free-kick from distance, but his set-piece effort drifts over the bar. As Brazil were lining up the wall there was some incredible body-language from the players – they know this game is gone.
This is an absolutely remarkable performance by Germany. Brazil are being torn apart time and time again, and if they aren't careful then this could become even more humiliating than it already is. The crowd is sitting in stunned silence, almost unable to comprehend what has happened in this astonishing first half.
Germany should have another as Miroslav Klose turns and breaks at pace (or at least as fast as his ageing legs can manage). He has options left and right, but instead attempts a tricky through-ball for Sami Khedira that trickles through to the goalkeeper. Had he gone to his left it would have been a one-on-one for Mesut Ozil. Ridiculous!
Brazil's defence is in tatters. Again Germany counter-attacked and Sami Khedira was left spare on the edge of the area. Khedira has been at the centre of this remarkable spell of dominance, and he got the goal he deserves. 5-0! This is World Cup history in the making.
And another! Germany are rampant! Again it is Toni Kroos who scores it, after Sami Khedira showed remarkable selflessness to turn down a shooting chance and leave the goalkeeper stranded with a lay-off for Kroos. There are floods of tears in the stands – Brazil are surely crashing out of their own tournament in embarrassing fashion!
A deflection on a Thomas Muller shot in the box only succeeds in teeing up Toni Kroos on the edge of the box, and the Bayern Munich midfielder's shot arrows into the bottom corner. This is utterly ruthless by Germany. 3-0! Yes… 3-0!
Miroslav Klose has broken Ronaldo's World Cup record on Brazilian soil. What a nightmare for the hosts... and what a start for Germany! Again it was dreadful defending by Brazil, leaving the ruthless striker in acres of space on the edge of the area.
Brazil have been poor in the opening 19 minutes, with all of that passion prior to kick-off translating into a frantic display with little composure on the ball and even less protection for the defence. Germany are getting opportunities on the counter-attack with the sort of frequency that they haven't enjoyed since the opening game against Portugal... which they won 4-0!
Thomas Muller won the Golden Boot at the last World Cup, and that goal has taken his personal tally up to 10 goals in 12 tournament matches. Remarkable! He now has five to his name for this World Cup, putting him one behind the current top-scorer James Rodriguez. Surely he can't win back-to-back awards before he's even 25-years-old!
Thomas Muller is left all on his own at a corner and the German hit-man volleys home at the back post. That was a composed finish by Muller, but absolutely dreadful defending by Brazil. 1-0!
Germany carve Brazil open down the right. Sami Khedira feeds a pass into the acres of space behind the marauding Marcelo, and – after Philipp Lahm's cross is slightly too high for the waiting Miroslav Klose – the ball is fed back into Khedira to have a shot from the edge of the area... only for it to strike the unfortunate Toni Kroos. That looked like it was on target.
A beautiful ball forward by David Luiz sends Hulk clear down the left, and Bernard very nearly gets on the end of Hulk's cross. However, Manuel Neuer is never shy to come off his line, and the goalkeeper does well to get one of his large paws to the ball and smother it ahead of young Bernard.
The stadium is almost glowing yellow, such is the level of support for the host nation, and the fans will be encouraged by what they have seen so far. Brazil have started on the front foot, with Germany not able to get hold of the ball in the middle of the park yet.
The teams emerge into a cauldron of noise in Belo Horizonte. Germany's anthem is first up, before Brazil take their turn. David Luiz looks as though he might spontaneously combust, such is the passion of his singing, but even more remarkable is the sight of the ball-boys and ball-girls belting out the second verse with as much spirit as anybody. It is quite an occasion. Luiz holds a Neymar shirt aloft to continue the slightly overblown gestures of goodwill towards the injured number 10.
The team news for Germany is very straightforward: they are unchanged. That means that Miroslav Klose starts up top and would break the World Cup goal-scoring record of Brazil's Ronaldo with a goal. Philipp Lahm stays at right-back, with Sami Khedira shaking off a niggle to keep his place in central midfield. Mesut Ozil is perhaps fortunate to still be in the starting XI, but Mario Gotze and Andre Schurrle will be ready on the bench if Germany need to change it up.
Luiz Felipe Scolari has been bold with his team selection. Dante comes in at centre-back as expected, adding height (and even more hair) to the back-line, while Luiz Gustavo returns in midfield in place of Paulinho. The big selection is Bernard starting on the left. The 21-year-old grew up in Belo Horizonte and started his career at Atletico Mineiro, which may have influenced the decision to give him a game on his ‘home' ground. Small and lightning quick, Bernard has the pace and skill to get in behind Germany's high-line, but he flattered to deceive in the recent season at Shakhtar Donetsk and will need to step up a number of levels tonight.
This is the fourth successive time that Germany have reached the World Cup's last four... but Brazil have won all of their last six semi-finals. Whoever wins this game will have the record books on their side in the final.
The Estadio Mineirao is one of the great stadiums of South American football. Home to Cruzeiro and Atletico Mineiro, the packed ground has always been a classic sight in Brazilian club football, but has been overhauled in impressive fashion for the World Cup – with the pitch lowered to make space for an extra lower tier of seats in the place of an athletics track. Tonight's atmosphere will be possibly the greatest of the tournament so far, which will surely work in Brazil's favour.
Miroslav Klose remains a goal away from breaking Ronaldo's World Cup goal-scoring record, and how he would love to break it tonight! However, there is a strong chance that he may not start, with plenty of options in midfield for Joachim Low to work with. Mesut Ozil's place must also be in doubt after a string of lifeless displays.
Thiago Silva – the talismanic captain of Brazil – is missing through suspension, while even someone who has been living in a cave for the last week would still be aware that Neymar is out of the tournament with a back injury. Dante is expected to come in at centre-back, and the loss of Neymar gives Big Phil some tactical options in midfield. He could bring in a Willian or a Bernard on the flank, or could go for a physical three in the centre of the park to combat Germany's tricky batch of creative midfielders. Either way, the key question is: will the loss of the two stars of this squad prove too much for Brazil to overcome, or will it drive the other players to raise their game?
Brazil versus Germany in a World Cup semi-final – in Brazil. It doesn't get much better than this! Remarkably, this is just the second World Cup meeting between the two most successful nations in football history, and Luis Felipe Scolari will be hoping for a similar outcome to his 2002 team's win in the final of that competition. There is a weight of a nation behind Brazil, but the hosts are without their two best players and the Germans are in ominously good form. It is all set up for a classic.
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Júlio César12
David Luiz4
68' Dante Dante13
46' Fernandinho5
Luiz Gustavo17
46' Hulk7
90' Oscar11
69' Fred9
Dani Alves2
46' Paulinho8
46' Ramires16
69' Willian19
1Manuel Neuer
16Philipp Lahm
20Jérôme Boateng
5Mats Hummels 46'
4Benedikt Howedes
6Sami Khedira 76' 29' 
7Bastian Schweinsteiger
13Thomas Müller 11' 
18Toni Kroos 24'  26' 
8Mesut Özil
11Miroslav Klose 58' 23' 
22Roman Weidenfeller
12Ron-Robert Zieler
17Per Mertesacker 46'
2Kevin Großkreutz
3Matthias Ginter
15Erik Durm
14Julian Draxler 76'
23Christoph Kramer
9André Schurrle 58' 69'  79' 
10Lukas Podolski
19Mario Götze
Luiz Felipe Scolari 
Joachim Low 
12Júlio César
23 Maicon
4 David Luiz
13Dante Costa
Yellow Card 68'
6 Marcelo
5 Fernandinho
Substitution Paulinho (on) 46'
17 Luiz Gustavo
7 Hulk
Substitution Ramires (on) 46'
11 Oscar
Goal 90'
20 Bernard
9 Fred
Substitution Willian (on) 69'
22 Víctor
1 Jefferson
14 Maxwell
2Dani Alves
15 Henrique
8 Paulinho
Substitution Paulinho (on) 46'
16 Ramires
Substitution Ramires (on) 46'
19 Willian
Substitution Willian (on) 69'
18 Hernanes
21 Jo
Luiz Felipe Scolari 
1Manuel Neuer
16Philipp Lahm
20Jérome Boateng
5Mats Hummels
Substitution Per Mertesacker (on) 46'
4Benedikt Howedes
6Sami Khedira
Substitution Julian Draxler (on) 76'
Goal 29'
7Bastian Schweinsteiger
13Thomas Muller
Goal 11'
18Toni Kroos
Goal 24'
Goal 26'
8Mesut Ozil
11Miroslav Klose
Substitution André Schurrle (on) 58'
Goal 23'
22Roman Weidenfeller
12Ron-Robert Zieler
17Per Mertesacker
Substitution Mats Hummels (off) 46'
2Kevin Grosskreutz
3Matthias Ginter
15Erik Durm
14Julian Draxler
Substitution Sami Khedira (off) 76'
23Christoph Kramer
9André Schurrle
Substitution Miroslav Klose (off) 58'
Goal 69'
Goal 79'
10Lukas Podolski
19Mario Gotze
Joachim Low 
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Team Stats
BrazilBRA GermanyGER
1 Goals 7
1 Assists 6
18 Shots 14
13 Shots on Goal 12
5 Saves 12
0 Penalties Scored 0
0 Penalty Kicks 0
22 Crosses 9
7 Corner Kicks 5
3 Offside 0
11 Fouls Committed 14
1 Cautions/Yellow Cards 0
0 Red Cards 0
51% Ball Possession 49%
No. Player MinP G YC RC GA Svs
12Júlio César 90 - 0 0 7 3
4David Luiz 90 0 0 0 - -
5Fernandinho 45 0 0 0 - -
6Marcelo 90 0 0 0 - -
7Hulk 45 0 0 0 - -
9Fred 69 0 0 0 - -
11Oscar 90 1 0 0 - -
13Dante Dante 90 0 1 0 - -
17Luiz Gustavo 90 0 0 0 - -
20Bernard 90 0 0 0 - -
23Maicon 90 0 0 0 - -
8Paulinho 45 0 0 0 - -
16Ramires 45 0 0 0 - -
19Willian 21 0 0 0 - -

No. Player MinP G YC RC GA Svs
1Manuel Neuer 90 - 0 0 1 7
4Benedikt Howedes 90 0 0 0 - -
5Mats Hummels 45 0 0 0 - -
6Sami Khedira 76 1 0 0 - -
7Bastian Schweinsteiger 90 0 0 0 - -
8Mesut Özil 90 0 0 0 - -
11Miroslav Klose 58 1 0 0 - -
13Thomas Müller 90 1 0 0 - -
16Philipp Lahm 90 0 0 0 - -
18Toni Kroos 90 2 0 0 - -
20Jérôme Boateng 90 0 0 0 - -
9André Schurrle 32 2 0 0 - -
14Julian Draxler 14 0 0 0 - -
17Per Mertesacker 45 0 0 0 - -
BrazilBRA vs. GermanyGER
Minute Event
90+2' Game Over  Brazil 1-7 Germany
90+2' Half Over  Brazil 1-7 Germany
90+2' Foul  Luiz Gustavo fouled by Julian Draxler (Germany)
90+2' Shot on Goal  David Luiz (Brazil)
90+2' Cross  Willian (Brazil) - Headed Out - In Play
90+2' Corner Kick  Bernard (Brazil)
90' Goal  Oscar (Brazil)
90' Shot on Goal  Oscar (Brazil)
90' Shot  Mesut Özil (Germany)
90' Shot on Goal  Ramires (Brazil)
90' Shot  Bernard (Brazil)
89' Throw-In  Benedikt Howedes (Germany)
89' Shot  Oscar (Brazil)
88' Corner Kick  Mesut Özil (Germany)
87' Throw-In  Benedikt Howedes (Germany)
86' Throw-In  Marcelo (Brazil)
85' Shot on Goal  Ramires (Brazil)
83' Throw-In  Philipp Lahm (Germany)
83' Cross  André Schurrle (Germany) - Clearance Out of Play
81' Goal Kick  Manuel Neuer (Germany)
81' Shot  Marcelo (Brazil)
81' Corner Kick  Ramires (Brazil)
81' Cross  Ramires (Brazil) - Clearance Out of Play
79' Goal  André Schurrle (Germany). Assist by Müller
79' Shot on Goal  André Schurrle (Germany)
79' Cross  Thomas Müller (Germany) - On Target
78' Throw-In  Benedikt Howedes (Germany)
77' Foul  Müller fouled by David Luiz (Brazil)
76' Substitution  Julian Draxler (on). Khedira (off). (Germany)
76' Foul  David Luiz fouled by Bastian Schweinsteiger (Germany)
76' Throw-In  Marcelo (Brazil)
74' Shot on Goal  Paulinho (Brazil)
73' Goal Kick  Júlio César (Brazil)
73' Throw-In  Benedikt Howedes (Germany)
72' Goal Kick  Manuel Neuer (Germany)
72' Shot  Willian (Brazil)
69' Substitution  Willian (on). Fred (off). (Brazil)
69' Goal  André Schurrle (Germany). Assist by Lahm
69' Shot on Goal  André Schurrle (Germany)
69' Cross  Philipp Lahm (Germany) - On Target
68' Yellow Card  Dante (Brazil)
68' Foul  Müller fouled by Dante (Brazil)
68' Goal Kick  Manuel Neuer (Germany)
67' Offside  Paulinho (Brazil)
65' Foul  Howedes fouled by Paulinho (Brazil)
65' Cross  Benedikt Howedes (Germany) - Defended by Keeper
64' Throw-In  Maicon (Brazil)
64' Cross  Bernard (Brazil) - Clearance Out of Play
63' Foul  David Luiz fouled by Toni Kroos (Germany)
63' Throw-In  Maicon (Brazil)
63' Cross  Oscar (Brazil) - Clearance Out of Play
62' Cross  Bernard (Brazil) - Defended by Keeper
62' Corner Kick  Oscar (Brazil) - Headed Out - In Play
61' Corner Kick  Mesut Özil (Germany)
61' Shot on Goal  Thomas Müller (Germany)
60' Corner Kick  Toni Kroos (Germany)
59' Shot on Goal  Fred (Brazil)
59' Foul  Marcelo fouled by André Schurrle (Germany)
58' Throw-In  Marcelo (Brazil)
58' Substitution  André Schurrle (on). Klose (off). (Germany)
57' Throw-In  Marcelo (Brazil)
57' Foul  Neuer fouled by Ramires (Brazil)
57' Cross  Mesut Özil (Germany) - Clearance In Play
56' Foul  Oscar fouled by Benedikt Howedes (Germany)
56' Throw-In  Benedikt Howedes (Germany)
56' Cross  Marcelo (Brazil) - Overhit
55' Throw-In  Maicon (Brazil)
55' Cross  Thomas Müller (Germany) - Overhit
54' Foul  Müller fouled by Luiz Gustavo (Brazil)
54' Corner Kick  Oscar (Brazil)
53' Shot on Goal  Paulinho (Brazil)
53' Shot on Goal  Paulinho (Brazil)
53' Corner Kick  Bernard (Brazil) - Headed Out - In Play
52' Shot on Goal  Oscar (Brazil)
52' Throw-In  Benedikt Howedes (Germany)
51' Shot on Goal  Ramires (Brazil)
50' Cross  Bernard (Brazil) - Defended by Keeper
49' Goal Kick  Manuel Neuer (Germany)
48' Foul  David Luiz fouled by Miroslav Klose (Germany)
48' Throw-In  Marcelo (Brazil)
47' Foul  Khedira fouled by Luiz Gustavo (Brazil)
47' Throw-In  Dante (Brazil)
47' Shot on Goal  Ramires (Brazil)
46' Foul  Ramires fouled by Benedikt Howedes (Germany)
46' Substitution  Per Mertesacker (on). Hummels (off). (Germany)
46' Substitution  Ramires (on). Hulk (off). (Brazil)
46' Substitution  Paulinho (on). Fernandinho (off). (Brazil)
46' Start Half 
45+2' Half Over  Brazil 0-5 Germany
45' Throw-In  Maicon (Brazil)
44' Cross  Marcelo (Brazil) - Headed Out - In Play
44' Free Kick  Marcelo (Brazil)
44' Foul  Bernard fouled by Sami Khedira (Germany)
43' Throw-In  Philipp Lahm (Germany)
42' Throw-In  Marcelo (Brazil)
42' Shot on Goal  Oscar (Brazil)
41' Throw-In  Maicon (Brazil)
41' Foul  Hulk fouled by Benedikt Howedes (Germany)
40' Throw-In  Marcelo (Brazil)
39' Goal Kick  Júlio César (Brazil)
38' Shot  Mesut Özil (Germany)
38' Free Kick  Mesut Özil (Germany)
38' Foul  Müller fouled by Luiz Gustavo (Brazil)
37' Throw-In  Philipp Lahm (Germany)
36' Offside  Hulk (Brazil)
34' Goal Kick  Júlio César (Brazil)
34' Throw-In  Sami Khedira (Germany)
33' Foul  Müller fouled by David Luiz (Brazil)
33' Cross  Philipp Lahm (Germany) - Headed Out - In Play
32' Corner Kick  Mesut Özil (Germany)
32' Shot on Goal  Toni Kroos (Germany)
32' Offside  Fred (Brazil)
31' Throw-In  Benedikt Howedes (Germany)
30' Foul  Hulk fouled by Benedikt Howedes (Germany)
29' Goal  Sami Khedira (Germany). Assist by Özil
29' Shot on Goal  Sami Khedira (Germany)
29' Throw-In  Thomas Müller (Germany)
29' Goal Kick  Manuel Neuer (Germany)
28' Throw-In  Maicon (Brazil)
28' Throw-In  Marcelo (Brazil)
26' Goal  Toni Kroos (Germany). Assist by Khedira
26' Shot on Goal  Toni Kroos (Germany)
24' Goal  Toni Kroos (Germany). Assist by Müller
24' Shot on Goal  Toni Kroos (Germany)
24' Cross  Philipp Lahm (Germany) - Completed Pass
23' Goal  Miroslav Klose (Germany)
23' Shot on Goal  Miroslav Klose (Germany)
23' Shot on Goal  Miroslav Klose (Germany)
22' Throw-In  Philipp Lahm (Germany)
22' Cross  Thomas Müller (Germany) - Clearance Out of Play
21' Shot on Goal  Miroslav Klose (Germany)
21' Throw-In  Benedikt Howedes (Germany)
20' Throw-In  Marcelo (Brazil)
19' Foul  Oscar fouled by Thomas Müller (Germany)
18' Cross  Oscar (Brazil) - Clearance In Play
18' Corner Kick  Bernard (Brazil) - Headed Out - In Play
17' Throw-In  Benedikt Howedes (Germany)
16' Cross  Maicon (Brazil) - Clearance In Play
16' Foul  Kroos fouled by Bernard (Brazil)
15' Foul  David Luiz (Brazil)
15' Throw-In  Benedikt Howedes (Germany)
15' Throw-In  Marcelo (Brazil)
14' Foul  Müller fouled by Marcelo (Brazil)
13' Goal Kick  Manuel Neuer (Germany)
11' Goal  Thomas Müller (Germany). Assist by Kroos
11' Shot on Goal  Thomas Müller (Germany)
11' Corner Kick  Toni Kroos (Germany) - On Target
10' Foul  David Luiz fouled by Miroslav Klose (Germany)
9' Foul  Marcelo fouled by Thomas Müller (Germany)
8' Foul  David Luiz fouled by Miroslav Klose (Germany)
8' Shot on Goal  Sami Khedira (Germany)
8' Cross  Mesut Özil (Germany) - Completed Pass
7' Cross  Thomas Müller (Germany) - Completed Pass
7' Throw-In  Maicon (Brazil)
6' Throw-In  Benedikt Howedes (Germany)
6' Goal Kick  Júlio César (Brazil)
5' Throw-In  Marcelo (Brazil)
5' Throw-In  Benedikt Howedes (Germany)
4' Throw-In  Benedikt Howedes (Germany)
4' Throw-In  Benedikt Howedes (Germany)
4' Throw-In  Thomas Müller (Germany)
4' Cross  Hulk (Brazil) - Defended by Keeper
3' Goal Kick  Manuel Neuer (Germany)
3' Shot  Marcelo (Brazil)
3' Throw-In  Maicon (Brazil)
2' Cross  Dante (Brazil) - Headed Out - In Play
2' Corner Kick  Oscar (Brazil) - Headed Out - In Play
1' Cross  Fernandinho (Brazil) - Clearance Out of Play
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