Germany have smashed an extremely poor Brazil team during their Semi-Final Clash in the FIFA World Cup 2014. The brilliant Germans completely annihilated the Host nation, scoring four goals in six minutes on their way to record-breaking rout. Thomas Müller opened the scoring before Miroslav Klose broke the World Cup goal scoring record, grabbing his 16th goal in the competition to overtake the former Brazilian striker Ronaldo’s previous record. Toni Kroos drilled in the third goal for the Germans before he grabbed another one only a minute later, Fernandinho being dispossessed in the midfield to allow Sami Khedira and Kroos to pass the ball around before eventually slotting it into Julio Cesar’s goal. Khedira himself grabbed the fifth and it was all over. 5-0 at half-time. Andre Schürrle scored two after the break before Brazilian talisman Oscar scored in the 90th minute to put the score line at 7-1, in favour of the Europeans. A sensational performance from the Germans, who have completely mauled the World Cup dream in a mere 29 minutes during a match billed as the “ultimate battle.” Lacklustre, mediocre and terrifyingly bad are just some of the words used to describe this Brazilian team. Meanwhile, the Germans are just getting started.