Tweeting the downfall of Brazil

July 8, 2014

Before the match began there was hope mixed with concern. Follow along as things get ugly, really really ugly.

https://twitter.com/SEisenhammer/status/486595414410670081

 

Neymar is not at the match

https://twitter.com/KICKTV/status/486599996695777280

 

Goal

https://twitter.com/FootballVids/status/486604921752793088

 

And another, and another

https://twitter.com/footballtips/status/486608813349687298

 

Well, you get the idea

https://twitter.com/johnleicester/status/486607372144893955

 

But the pain is not over. It’s now Germany 5 – Brazil 0

https://twitter.com/soccergods/status/486608057221513217

 

To sum up the first half

https://twitter.com/BrooksDT/status/486612413090111488

 

There are always stats to know

WAIT! I almost forgot to highlight that, among everything that’s happening tonight, Miroslav Klose is now the all-time leading goalscorer in the World Cup. He’s scored 16 goals, and broken his tie with Ronaldo and Pele at 15 against, and in, Brazil. 
It’s an amazing record and an amazing game to break it in.
The Photoshop artists

https://twitter.com/Rune4/status/486616857827631104

 

Harsh truth

https://twitter.com/BenDWalsh/status/486617807149621248

 

It’s 6-0 now

https://twitter.com/soccergods/status/486622700363067393

 

7-0

https://twitter.com/LMAO_forever/status/486624974837657602

 

Final score Germany 7 Brazil 1

https://twitter.com/sgevans/status/486636174313021442

 

After the match

https://twitter.com/James_Dart/status/486632248066572289

https://twitter.com/FutballTweets/status/486612789067530240

https://twitter.com/FutbolCode/status/486638727523872768

 

To sum it all up

https://twitter.com/GhaliaNassar/status/486629374532136960

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