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    Brazil Defeated In Semi-Final

     

    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     Raymond Angeles said, "I live in Germany, my alliance is with the Germans. If the Germans can beat the god of world soccer, Brazil, with a score of 7:1, how can they possibly lose the final and not win the World Cup?" He photographed fans celebrating Germany's win over Brazil last week in Berlin, Germany.

    Angeles, predicted that Germany would win the 2014 World Cup and he was right. Germany defeated Argentina in the Final match 1-0, this Sunday.
    - taliaday, CNN iReport producer

    The world's greatest soccer nation, Brazil, was defeated by the mighty and ambitious Germans in the semi-final game with a grotesque score of 7:1. Some 400,000 fans gathered at the Berlin Fanmeile (fan mile) inspite of a threatening rain storm and the late 10:00 p.m. game schedule to witness what many considered the battle of the titans. It turned out otherwise with the trashing, bashing, and humiliation of the Brazilians. The Germans were overwhelmed and surprised! The few Brazilians at the Fanmeile were visibly shocked and saddened by the turn of event that no one could have ever predicted. It was a historical and record-breaking World Cup game. This momentous event was full of pure joy and ecstasy. People were hugging, jumping, dancing, and shouting......of course with beer in the hand!

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