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World Cup 2014: Tactical Analysis

The massive stress, the high expectation, nation’s passion and panic on the shoulders of an enthusiastic but defective Brazilian team. They trapped under the pressure, but there was more to this pressure, or faulty strategy and player’s selection, or inexpert positional play, or a first class German team filled with efficient passers. First-half goal storm saw Die Mannschaft 5-0 up, Miroslav Klose gave his record-breaking 16th goal at the finals and the brutality continued into the second period with Schürrle.  Mesut Özil missed to make it 8-0, moments before Oscar scored a goal in the final minute of the first semifinal of World Cup 2014. Germany place up in 4-1-4-1 changing from the 4-3-3 they begun with. David Luiz and Dante saw the ball early in deep areas, but with no one to pass and kept missing. Germans moved with instability, interchanges outside the box and played generously, passing football. Read more about this analysis at:

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