World Cup semi-final.
Referee: Rodriguez (Mexico).
Brazil: Julio Cesar, Maicon, David Luiz, Dante, Marcelo, Luiz Gustavo, Fernandinho (46. Paulinho), Hulk (46. Ramires), Oscar, Bernard, Fred (70. Willian)
Germany: Neuer, Lahm, Boateng, Hummels (46. Mertesacker), Höwedes
Schweinsteiger, Khedira (76. Draxler), Th. Müller, Kroos, Özil, Klose (58. Schürrle)
Goals: 0:1 Th. Müller (11.), 0:2 Klose (23.), 0:3 Kroos (25.), 0:4 Kroos (26.), 0:5 Khedira (29.), 0:6 Schürrle (69.), 0:7 Schürrle (79.), 1:7 Oscar (90.).
** Germany’s win marked the largest margin of victory in a FIFA World Cup semi-final. The game saw Germany overcome Brazil as the highest scoring team in World Cup tournament history, become the first team to reach eight World Cup Finals, and their second goal, scored by Miroslav Klose, was his 16th in World Cup play, overtaking Brazil’s own Ronaldo as the tournament’s all-time record goalscorer. Brazil’s loss broke their 62-match home unbeaten streak in competitive matches going back to 1975, and equalled their biggest margin of defeat, a 6–0 loss to Uruguay in 1920, causing the match to be described as a national humiliation. The game was subsequently referred to by the Brazilian media as the Mineirazo, evoking the spirit of national shame brought by the Maracanazo in which Brazil unexpectedly lost the 1950 FIFA World Cup on home soil to Uruguay. (Wikipedia) **