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Not since Argentina won the 1978 World Cup did a host nation take home the World Cup championship. Brazil is two matches away from being the first in the past nine tournaments, and only the sixth team overall to achieve this honor. In the first semifinal of the tournament, Brazil will take on Germany from Estádio Mineirão in Belo Horizonte on Tuesday, July 8. It will be the sixth game the venue has hosted this World Cup, including the victory by Brazil against Chile in the Round of 16.
By now, most fans of football are aware that Brazil will be without their 22-year-old star, Neymar, for this match and either the championship or third place match. He broke a vertebra in his back in the Colombia game after he was kneed in the back by Camilo Zuniga. In his absence, the Brazilian team, which have victories in this tournament against Cameroon, Croatia, Chile, and Colombia, plus a draw with Mexico, will rely on players like Hulk and Marcelo more than ever before, and will hope to see players like Fred, Oscar, and Fernandinho turn their World Cup around. A team that was once favored to win the entire tournament this year is now the underdog in this matchup with Germany.
The stellar German squad easily advanced through the Group of Death with wins against Portugal and the United States, and a draw with Ghana. They didn’t impress many fans with their performance in the latter two games, and left a lot to the imagination in their subsequent victories against Algeria and France. Despite that, one of the popular pre-tournament picks to win it all comes into this game as the favorite, and have a proven track record that prepares them for this showdown with the talent-filled roster of Brazil. For them to win against Brazil in what is sure to be a raucous atmosphere in Belo Horizonte, they will need all their stars to step up and lead them past the host nation.
Estádio Mineirão originally opened in 1965, so it is not one of the new stadiums constructed solely for use in the World Cup. A year ago, it was used in the Confederations Cup, a tournament Brazil was victorious in, including a 2-1 semifinal victory against Uruguay. The venue will also be used in two years for the Summer Olympics, and can seat more than 57,000 fans, which it has averaged through the first five games at this tournament. When Brazil and Germany square off here on Tuesday to determine who plays for the title and who plays for third place, it will be filled to capacity with thousands of fans from each side.
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