Never in the history of the World Cup has a team taken a five goal lead in just thirty minutes of play. This is without a doubt, the worst humiliation in the history of Brazilian soccer.
Twitter has reacted to the scandalous match we have witnessed in which Germany crushed Brazil 7-1 at the Mineirao Stadium in Belo Horizonte.
Let's begin with these pre-game wishes from Toronto FC.
But wishes are just that...
The Germans reacted proudly after they took a four-goal lead. They too couldn't believe what was happening.
Then came all the expected tweets mocking the World Cup hosts.
Andre Schurrle made it 6-0 and the Seattle Seahawks took note of it.
And the seventh goal came along...
This is that moment when u "accidentally" hit the Nintendo causing it to restart before the route at the hands of your brother is official.— Kyle Martino (@kylemartino) July 8, 2014
Does brazil still qualify for the 3rd place game?— Michael Parkhurst (@MFparkhurst) July 8, 2014
I never thought I'd say this: Brazilian fans are leaving, before halftime, of a World Cup semifinal in their home country. It's stunning.— Sam Borden (@SamBorden) July 8, 2014
This is really not funny anymore.— Jason Davis (@davisjsn) July 8, 2014
So what's everyone's guesses of final score?— DeAndre Yedlin (@yedlinny) July 8, 2014
I hope PSG kept their receipt for David Luiz.— Russell Brand (@rustyrockets) July 8, 2014
I think this is the only thing that Tim Howard could not save— Juan Arango (@JuanG_Arango) July 8, 2014
I expected a pumping. I really, really did. But this is an absolute massacre in their own backyard. 2 players missing 'tis all...— Joseph Barton (@Joey7Barton) July 8, 2014
I hope the brazilians don't look for a scapegoat here....it's a team effort & they weren't good enough as a group— Rio Ferdinand (@rioferdy5) July 8, 2014
Brazil might make them play the final in Qatar after this.— Brooks Peck (@BrooksDT) July 8, 2014
GERMANY WRITING WORLD CUP HISTORY TODAY !!! HUGE HUGE COMPLIMENT !!! SO PROUD OF THEM !!— Jürgen Klinsmann (@J_Klinsmann) July 8, 2014