World Cup 2014: Brazil 1-7 Germany – ‘End of samba football’

26 December 2014 0 By Total Football News

BBC commentator Steve Wilson looks back at the most incredible match of World Cup 2014, when Germany humbled hosts Brazil by beating them 7-1 in the semi-finals, which happened on this day six years ago.

Wilson was in the commentary box for the game in Belo Horizonte, which saw eventual champions Germany go 5-0 up inside the first half hour, with striker Miroslav Klose breaking the World Cup goalscoring record in the process.

Substitute Andre Schurrle added two more goals in the second half, with his Chelsea team-mate Oscar scoring late on for a humiliated Brazil team.

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