Brazil's goalkeeper Julio Cesar walks on the pitch during the World Cup semi-final match between Brazil and Germany. (AP Photo/Felipe Dana)
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Brazil's astonishing 7-1 loss to Germany in the World Cup semi-final was not just unexpected but "inexplicable," Brazilian goalkeeper Julio Cesar said Tuesday.The Germans ran roughshod over the host nation, scoring five goals in a first-half humiliation, before adding two more after the break.Cesar said the Brazil players would apologise but had to acknowledge that Germany were a strong team.Defender David Luiz sobbed openly as the pain of the humiliation sank in.Captain for the day, Luiz apologised to fans but recognised the Germans total superiority.
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