The Internet’s Reaction To Brazil’s Stunning World Cup Loss

Even the son of god cannot handle this.

1. Back, a long time ago, before the Brazil-Germany World Cup semi-final even began, there was a saying: “God is Brazilian” people used to say to one another, innocently.

“Deus é Brasileiro.”

2. Well, after today’s 7-1 blowout loss to Germany, that faith was lost as the statue of Christ the Redeemer turned into an emblem of Brazil’s collective misery…

4. Eventually taking off, presumably to a whole new land.

5. Although some believe he was cut down by Hermannsdenkmal (Herman the German).

6. Only to be replaced by German Chancellor Angela Merkel.


— Ternoda_ (@JandaGanjen)

7. At one point, there were so many goals in such a short period of time…

Germany right now.. #BrazilvsGermany #WorldCupProblems

— WorIdCupProbs (@World Cup Problems)

8. That things got a little nuts.

Kick Off: Brazil 0-0 Germany 28th Minute: Brazil 0-5 Germany

— BBCSporf (@BBC Sporf)

9. New Brazil logos were created…

"@lndirecto: Nueva bandera de Brasil. " @briascoi

— DavidMamani (@David Mamani)

10. Tattoos became ironic…

Hexa 2014: son los 6 goles que les metieron. Dibujala con eso, termo

— foier (@Mariano Feuer)

11. People revived #ThingsTimHowardCouldSave.


— RobTornoe (@Rob Tornoe)

12. And then showed Germany’s dominance in new, refreshing ways…

This drink is now banned in Brazil!

— The2014WorIdCup (@2014 World Cup)

14. While pointing out Brazil’s lackluster performance…


— AshKetchum151 (@Ash Ketchum)

15. Even World Cup partners got into it.

Stunned. #WorldCup #Brazil2014

— Visa (@Visa)

16. It was almost too sad to watch.

Possibly the saddest Brazilian fan at this world cup game: #BRA #GER

— SpencerAlthouse (@Spencer Althouse)

17. Until it became all too real.

Ce soir, le logo de la Coupe du monde 2014 prend un tout autre sens

— itelefoot (@iTELE Mundial)

18. Brazil was finally able to salvage a goal in the final minutes of the match, but by then, it was far too late.

[Tweets] Round up of the best memes as Germany humiliates Brazil. .

— PurelyFootball (@Purely Football)

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