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Brazil and Germany will meet each other in the 2014 World Cup semifinals. Brazil’s show must go on even without Neymar and Silva. The host nation Brazil are coming off after a narrowly defeated against Colombia 2-1 and the Germans defeated France 1-0 in their quarter-final match. The top stories of the 2014 World Cup semifinals on 8 July, 2014 is that host nation will play without two of their most important players. The match against Colombia proved so much miserable for the Brazilians as their star forward;Neymar fractured a vertebra in his lower back and has been sidelined for the rest of the tournament. Additionally, Thiago Silva captain of Brazil also picked up a second yellow of the tournament and thus suspended for the game. Neymar was among the biggest heart-throbs of the World Cup along with Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo. This yellow No. 10 jersey man said, ”I won’t be able to fulfill the dream of playing in a World Cup final, but I’m sure they will win this one, they will become champions, and I will be there with them, and all of Brazil will be celebrating together. I’m certain, that my teammates will do whatever possible so I can fulfill my dream of being a champion.” Now the question for Brazil is who will step up to replace Neymar and Silva. The absence of two of their most important players from Brazil could become life-line for Germans. Germany have also been beaten France 1-0 in the quarter finals and the credit should went to the early goal from Hummels. They will come to the semi-finals with all their amazing level players.
Players to watch:
The young midfielder, Oscar can have a great chance to shine after Neymar’s absence. Also midfielder Luiz Gustavo will be instrumental against the speedy German attack.
Against weak Brazilian midfield Low’s maximum priority at the moment are up front. Manuel Neuer, Mats Hummels, Bastian Schweinsteiger and Thomas Muller will be the heroes of Germans.
The last time Brazil and Germany met in the Friendlies 2011 and Brazil lost it 3 – 2. In sum both teams clashed against each other for nine encounters while Brazil won 5 and Germany 2.
Date Competition Score
2011-08-11 Friendlies 2011 Germany 3 – 2 Brazil
2005-06-25 Confederations Cup 2005 Germany Germany 2 – 3 Brazil
2004-09-08 Friendlies 2004 Germany 1 – 1 Brazil
2002-06-30 World Cup 2002 Korea Rep/Japan Germany 0 – 2 Brazil
1999-07-24 Confederations Cup 1999 Mexico Brazil 4 – 0 Germany
1998-03-25 Friendlies 1998 Germany 1 – 2 Brazil
1993-11-17 Friendlies 1993 Germany 2 – 1 Brazil
1993-06-10 Friendlies 1993 Germany 3 – 3 Brazil
1992-12-16 Friendlies 1992 Brazil 3 – 1 Germany
Despite their key absentees, the Brazilians have huge possibility to win the semi-finalsof 2014 World Cup and step into the Finals of it.
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The first of the World Cup 2014 semifinal will be covered by BBC network. Watch two of the most successful countries in World Cup history five-time champion Brazil and three-time champion Germany live on 8th July.
Goalkeepers: Julio Cesar (Toronto FC), Jefferson (Botafogo), Victor (Atletico Mineiro)
Defenders: Marcelo (Real Madrid), Daniel Alves (Barcelona), Maicon (AS Roma), Maxwell, Thiago Silva (both Paris St Germain), David Luiz (Chelsea), Dante (Bayern Munich), Henrique (Napoli)
Midfielders: Paulinho (Tottenham Hotspur), Ramires, Willian, Oscar (all Chelsea), Hernanes (Inter Milan), Luiz Gustavo (VfL Wolfsburg), Fernandinho (Manchester City)
Forwards: Bernard (Shakhtar Donetsk), Neymar (Barcelona), Fred (Fluminense), Jo (Atletico Mineiro), Hulk (Zenit St Petersburg).
Goalkeepers: Manuel Neuer (Bayern Munich), Roman Weidenfeller (Borussia Dortmund), Ron-Robert Zieler (Hannover)
Defenders: Jerome Boateng (Bayern Munich), Erik Durm (Borussia Dortmund), Kevin Grosskreutz (Borussia Dortmund), BenediktHowedes (Schalke), Mats Hummels (Borussia Dortmund), Philipp Lahm (Bayern Munich), Per Mertesacker (Arsenal), ShkodranMustafi (Sampdoria).
Midfielders: Julian Draxler (Schalke), Matthias Ginter (Freiburg), Mario Gotze (Bayern Munich), Christoph Kramer (Borussia Monchengladbach), Sami Khedira (Real Madrid), Toni Kroos (Bayern Munich), Thomas Muller (Bayern Munich), MesutOzil (Arsenal), Andre Schurrle (Chelsea), Bastian Schweinsteiger (Bayern Munich).
Forwards: MiroslavKlose (Lazio), Lukas Podolski (Arsenal).
Brazil vs Germany Statistics
Of the twenty games between these two sides, Germany have won just three times, Brazil have won twelve and there have been five draws
Amazingly for teams who have eight world cups between them Brazil and Germany have only ever met once in the World Cup, in the Final of 2002 in Japan. On that occasion, Brazil were the comfortable 2-0 winners.
Germanys three wins in 1968, 1986 and 1993 were all achieved on home soil whilst Brazil have not found winning in Germany too difficult with five of their twelve victories recorded on German soil.
Brazil vs Germany History
For two giants of the game it seems bizarre that Brazil are so apparently dominant over Germany with four times as many wins as the Europeans. With England also having a very similarly poor record against Brazil it could be assumed that the major European teams are giving Brazil far too much respect, believing the hype that goes with the South Americans and thinking that they are technically and competitively superior.
However other European teams have a decent record against the kings of South America – Italy have won 5, lost 7 and drawn 2 against Brazil and France have a lost 5, won 4, drawn 4 record (and a 3-1 positive record in World Cups!) so perhaps it is just Germany and England that treat games against Brazil with too much caution?
It would certainly seem to suggest that should Brazil face Germany in an important game, that on a historical basis at least, Brazil should be very strong favourites in the betting odds.
Brazil v Germany World Cup Final 2002
Brazil 2 Germany 0
Brazils victory in 2020 saw them achieve their fifth World Cup victory and was also notable for Brazilian captain Cafus third appearance in a World Cup final – a record that looks unlikely to be beaten.
As is nearly always the case, Brazil were favourites for the game on reputation but also on the strength of their performances in the tournament which had seen them see off Belgium, England and Turkey in the knockout stages. Germany had been far less impressive in qualifying for the final, managing three 1-0 victories over an unlikely series of opponents in Paraguay, USA and South Korea.
The final was billed as an attacking force in Brazil against the German defensive stronghold but this proved not to be the case as the Germans played aggressively in the first half of an entertaining final. Both teams had a number of chances with player of the tournament Ronaldo uncharacteristically missing three excellent opportunities for Brazil.
Ronaldo made up for his first-half failures after the break and pounced on a blunder from the German goalkeeper Oliver Khan to steer home the first goal after sixty-seven minutes. The Brazilian striker put the game out of the Germans reach with a top quality finish twelve minutes later to score his second and not even a ridiculous haircut could stop him being crowned top scorer at the tournament.
Veteran defender Cafu raised the World Cup for the fifth time for Brazil to rapturous support.
Brazil have now appeared in seven World Cup Finals, losing only twice, to Uruguay in 1950 and to France in 1998.