Brazil's coach Luiz Felipe Scolari (R) gestures next to Brazil's defender Thiago Silva (2nd L) during a press conference. (AFP PHOTO / TODD ANDERSEN)
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Neymar helped Brazil get this far at the World Cup, but now it's up to the rest of the team to win for its injured star, coach Luiz Felipe Scolari said Monday.Scolari said the team is over the shock of losing the player and has changed the focus to trying to get ready for the match against Germany. He said Neymar, who scored four goals in the group stage, had already done enough for the national team.Germany coach Joachim Loew said he expects Brazil to be extra motivated because of Neymar's absence.Silva said the foul that took Neymar out of the World Cup, a knee in the back by Colombia's Juan Camilo Zuniga late in the quarter-final match against Colombia, was "not a normal move".
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