Brazil fans boo off their fallen heroes after crushing 7-1 defeat by the German juggernaut in World Cup semi-final which leaves host nation in agony
- Spectators inside in the The Mineirao Stadium in Belo Horizonte were left in tears following the devastating defeat
- Some left before the final whistle as they struggled to watch the loss, the worst in Brazil’s history
- Thomas Muller scored early to give the Germans the lead after being left completely unmarked from a corner
- Then a goal from Miroslav Klose, two from Toni Kroos and another from Sami Khedira followed to increase their lead
- In the second half, the opponents increased their lead again through Andre Schurrle, making it 6-0
- He scored again ten minutes later to make it 7-0, ending Brazil’s World Cup dreams
- After the match, stand-in captain David Luiz said it was hard to describe the loss into and apologised to ‘all Brazilians’
The dreams of millions of Brazilian football fans have been left in tatters as Germany beat the host nation 7-1 in the World Cup semi-final.
Spectators inside in The Mineirao Stadium in Belo Horizonte were in tears as their side succumbed to the humiliating defeat, ending dreams of a title on home soil.
The side were booed off following the disappointing performance, the biggest defeat in a World Cup semi-final and Brazil’s worst defeat in their history.
Four goals in the space of just seven first-half minutes silenced an entire nation leaving the shell-shocked nations an almost impossible task to progress to the final, facing a 5-0 deficit at half time.
Their fate was sealed in the second half when two more goals by Germany’s striker Andre Schurlle ended their hopes.