World Cup 2014: Brazil 1-7 Germany highlights
Germany thrash hosts Brazil 7-1 to reach the 2014 World Cup final and inflict the biggest World Cup semi-final defeat in history.
Thomas Muller gave Germany the lead, before Miroslav Klose added a second to break the World Cup scoring record. Two goals from Toni Kroos and a Sami Khedira strike made it 5-0 inside the first 30 minutes.
Substitute Andre Schurrle added two second-half goals, with Oscar scoring a late goal for the humiliated hosts.
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