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Germans awoke Wednesday to discover the 7-1 demolition of Brazil in their World Cup semi-final was not a delightful dream but a scarcely believable reality.The paper dedicated the next six pages to pictures of the Germany players scoring and celebrating, and marked veteran striker's Miroslav Klose's record-breaking 16th World Cup goal by offering readers a poster of "Miro Klose, Football God!"Germany coach Joachim Loew, widely known as Jogi, was Klinsmann's assistant in 2006 .The chancellor was also in Brazil for Germany's opening match against Portugal last month, which it won 4-0 .ZDF public television, which broadcast the semi-final against Brazil, said an average 32.57 million people in Germany -- which has about 80 million inhabitants -- watched the match.
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