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5 Sports Shellackings You Won't Soon Forget

A loss is one thing, but these defeats leave scars on the soul.
David Luiz

The 2014 World Cup has been filled with amazing soccer performances, including last-minute winners, goalkeepers who resemble brick walls, and penalty kick drama. However, yesterday we saw something that the quadrennial festival of "football" rarely features, especially in a semi-final game. Brazil was embarrassed as 200 million of her sons and daughters looked on, with Germany showing no mercy in a humiliating 7-1 defeat. This isn’t the first time we've cringed as one team or player crushes the competition. Check out five of the most recent one-sided annihilations in sports.

Brazil fell extremely short without star players Neymar and Silva as Germany dominated the match to reach the World Cup final. With Germany scoring five goals within the first 30 minutes, Brazil crumbled to a 7-1 heartbreaking defeat.

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The Seattle Seahawks made Peyton Manning and his much-heralded Denver offense look like rookies. With former Men's Fitness cover guy Russell Wilson at the helm, the Seahawks crushed the Broncos 43-8 to become Super Bowl champions for the first time in franchise history.

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Kvitova dominated Bouchard en route to her second Wimbledon ladies singles title. The Czech star blasted her Canadian opponent 6-3, 6-0 in 55 minutes, which was reportedly the fastest women’s singles final since 1983.


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