Wednesday July 8th, 2015

On July 8, 2014, Germany defeated Brazil 7–1 in the World Cup semifinals, the largest margin of victory in a FIFA World Cup semifinal.

Wednesday marks the one-year anniversary of Germany's victory, and you can watch all of the goals from that day again below. 

Five different German players scored in the match: Andre Schurrle (two goals), Toni Kroos (two goals), Thomas Muller, Sami Khedira and Miroslav Klose.

Germany went up 5–0 just 29 minutes into the match, and Brazil did not score until the 90th minute, when Oscar made it 7–1. Brazil was playing without star forward Neymar, who fractured his vertebra during the team's quarterfinal win.

For Sports Illustrated coverage of the match from last year, read Jonathan Wilson's analysis of Germany's win and James Young's story on Brazil's nightmare. SI's Liviu Bird also offered tactical analysis of Germany's dominance in the match. 

STRAUS: Clint Dempsey cuts through noise to deliver USA win

Germany would go on to win the 2014 FIFA World Cup by beating Argentina 1–0 in the final. 

GALLERY: Distraught Brazil fans:

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