Shockingly! Brazil has fallen to a humiliating 7-1 defeat in its World Cup semi-final, with Germany advancing to the tournament's grand finale.
Germany's Thomas Muller, Miroslav Klose, Toni Kroos, Sami Khedira scored a volley of goals in the 11th, 23rd, 24-26th and 29th minutes of the match.
And even after the half time, the leading side continued its attacking spree with Andre Schurrle striking the goals in 69th and 79th minute.
With an honor of playing in four world cups Germany's Miroslav Klose breaks Ronaldo's record of being the highest goal-scorer in World Cups with 16 goals in his kitty.
Brazil and Germany have played 21 matches against each other with Brazil winning 12 times, Germany four times and five games ending in draws.
Whereas the two sides faced each other only once in the world cup.
Earlier Brazil's biggest international defeat came while playing versus Uruguay in 1920 when they had to swallow a 0-6 defeat
Ace striker Neymar and captain Thiago Silva's absence was quit conspicuous in the match as the hosting nation had to face shameful defeat in the first semi final of the tournament.