Skip to comments.Germany Celebrate after World Cup 2014 win in Brazil by Delighting Crowds in Berlin
Posted on 07/15/2014 1:34:58 PM PDT by Cecily
Germany were intent on enjoying themselves as they arrived back in Berlin to celebrate winning the World Cup - even pre-rehearsing a hilarious routine to delight supporters.
Around half-a-million fans flocked to Brandenburg Gate in the country's capital on Tuesday morning to greet their heroes, and were in for a surprise.
Thomas Muller, Mats Hummels, Erik Durm and Christoph Kramer looked to be striding out on to the podium alone, but captain Philipp Lahm was behind them, unseen.
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Wait, no burning of cars? Looting? Ransacking of public and private property?
Must have been a pitchers duel.
LOL—they’re drinking beer on the bus, and are not afraid to be photographed doing it.
Just imagine a typical NFL score of 231-230.
They just don’t know how to celebrate.
Only allow one team on the field at a time — and hope for one of them to bungle the PAT.
Can’t do that, it would eliminate scoring two points for a safety.
No, but they may decide to annex Austria.
Also did you notice their players?
No tats, no weird dos, no bad attitudes, no prima donnas, no cry babies ...
I was really glad to see Germany and normalcy win.
Can you identify the beer? Bitburger, maybe?
You know, I did not notice that, but you are right. Interesting.
Aside: The weird hair thing is deliberate and kind of iconic to the World Cup.
But the German players wore white uniforms for the final game. Isn’t that raccis?
It was a wonderful tournament, and the right team won, way to go Germany! And it’s amazing to think that we held Germany to only one goal, way to go USA!
I don’t guess they’ve had crowds like that(Unter den Linden)since The Fuhrer was in town?
There were big crowds when they tore down the Berlin Wall too.
I kept waiting to hear they invaded Poland yesterday.
You will have to wait until 1 September.
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The actions appeared to be a gentle dig at their semifinal victims, who Germany thrashed 7-1 much to the embarrassment of the host nation.
Or a CFL game, where the only point was from a Rouge.
And the man who played a large part in changing the German program, and bringing in a lot of the core players of the German team, is now running the US Program.
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