Country Profile: Germany
Users watching Germany matches
According to FIFA in 2010 despite the record audience achieved in Germany during the 2010 FIFA World Cup, audience reach was relatively consistent with that produced in 2006.
Brazil vs Germany
Here is all you need to know about the match:
- Out of the twenty games between these two teams, Germany have won just three times, while Brazil have won twelve. There have been five draws
- Brazil will be without the suspended Silva (and injured Neymar) for the last-four showdown in Belo Horizonte.
- Marco Rodriguez, the referee who missed Luis Suarez “bite” to Giorgio Chiellini, will do arbitrage of the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil v Germany
- Brazil is the apparent dominant over Germany with four titles as a World Cup Champion, while Germany has won three.
- Germany hosted the event on two occasions in 2006 and in 1974. The controversy over the decision to award the 2006 FIFA World Cup to Germany led to a further change in the practice. The final tally was 12 votes to 11 in favour of Germany over the contenders South Africa, who had been favorites to win.
- The best scenario for Football Clubs to discover talent
World Cup is the best scenario where football clubs can discover talent, some have made the tasks and leverage to sign the best players of the tournament for their respective teams. Keylor Navas, Luis Suárez and James Rodriguez are some of the talents players that some of the top teams are fighting for after seeing them play during the world cup.
- Brazil superstar Neymar will miss the remainder of the World Cup
The 22-year-old, was carried off on a stretcher in the closing stages of Friday’s 2-1 win over Colombia and taken to hospital. The statement read: “Neymar is out of the World Cup. The player suffered a fracture of the third vertebra and will not be able to recover in time to compete in the remaining two games of the World Cup – the recovery time predicted by the Brazilian team’s medical department is four weeks.”
- Robots to assist in World Cup security
A Massachusetts based robotics company iRobot, delivered 30 explosive ordinance disposal robots to Brazil to assist government and police personnel in security operations at the country’s 12 World Cup stadiums.”Having the ability to more quickly and efficiently probe dangerous areas without using actual bomb technicians is the greatest thing these robots offer,” said Jeffrey Dade, bomb technician and trooper for the New Hampshire State Police.
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