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9:00 pm, January 28
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9:00 pm, January 29
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12:00 pm, January 30
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2:00 pm, January 30
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6:00 pm, January 30
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6:00 pm, January 30
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7:30 pm, January 30
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BRAZIL ANNIHILATED BY GERMANY

Brazil’s World Cup dream came to a merciless end on Tuesday after suffering the biggest defeat in the history of the country: a 7-1 loss to Germany. Brazil was down 5-0 before the game was a half-hour old. Two goals for Toni Kroos and Andre Schurrle , plus one each for Thomas Muller, Sami Khedira, and record-breaking 16th World Cup goal for Miroslav Klose helped Germany gain a 7-goal advantage that made Oscar’s 90th minute Brazilian goal meaningless. The host country was missing Thiago Silva and Neymar two of the Green and Golds top players. The Germans took advantage and started blasting away goals with win Germany advances and will face Argentina on the grandest stage of them all- the World Cup Final. 

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