Germany defeated Brazil in the first semi-final of the FIFA World Cup 2014 by 6 goals difference.
It was the biggest win for any team in this year’s FIFA, beating Netherland’s record of 4 goals difference.
Muller was the one who took Germany on the lead when scoring a goal at the 11th minute.
After 12 minutes passed, Miroslav Klose scored another goal for Germany which was just a minute before the third goal by Kroos.
2 minutes later, the results was four-nil when Kroos scored another goal for Germany.
Then Sami Khedira scored the fifth goal at the 29th minute.
In the second half, André Schürrle scored two goals with only ten minutes difference at the 69th and 79th minute.
At the 90th minute, Oscar from Brazil scored a goal without any celebration after the goal.
Fishing for a living fossil?
Reuters reported that a type of fish named arapaima or pirarucu is considered by biologists to be a living fossil.
Arapaima is the largest freshwater fish species in South America and one of the largest in the world,
Catching the arapaima, a fish that is sought after for its meat, is only allowed once a year by Brazil’s environmental protection agency.
The minimum size allowed for a fisherman to keep an arapaima is 1.5 meters.
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