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    GERMANY IN SEMI-FINAL

     

    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     Raymond Angeles is a soccer fan who thinks Germany will go all the way in the 2014 World Cup. He captured these images Friday during a celebration of Germany's win over France at the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin, Germany.

    Angeles said, "You haven't seen anything yet! If Germany wins the World Cup, hell will break lose in the German capital. It's gonna resemble a revolution. The streets of the city will be filled with masses of people and it will be very, very loud!"
    - taliaday, CNN iReport producer

    Germany is one step closer to reaching the World Cup 2014 final by defeating France 1:0. This victory now qualifies Germany for the semi-final game against Brazil. Hundreds of fans gathered at the Berlin Fanmeile, including 2 nuns in the crowd, and cheered the German team ecstatically while French fans stood helplessly in horror! After the game , hundreds of German fans drove their automobiles to the center of the city, the Kurfürstendamm in downtown West Berlin, for a car parade and party. They blocked the famous boulevard waving flags, dancing and singing until they were eventually dispersed by the police after several hours. It was an exhilirating end to a super game and one cannot help but feel the growing excitement of even greater German madness in the coming days of the World Cup 2014!

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