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PHOTOS: Brazilian newspapers get dramatic, creative after 7-1 loss

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Brazil’s defeat at the feet of Germany was so thorough, humiliating and devastating that it’s little surprise the World Cup host nation’s newspapers are reacting in rather dramatic fashion.

Let’s take a stroll around the front and back pages of Brazil media after a loss that was likely the biggest shock in nearly 20 full tournaments worth of history:

Here’s today’s front page of Belo Horizonte’s “Metro”. Also strong. Via @ianprior. pic.twitter.com/X9G6m5sMad

— Randy Kim (@randy_j_kim) July 9, 2014


RT @BBCWorld Front page in Belo Horizonte almost blank: “Do you really want to remember? Turn the page” pic.twitter.com/fWtIdN7E9n

— Wright Thompson (@wrightthompson) July 9, 2014


Strong. Front of Belo Horizonte newspaper says only, “SHAME.” Then has sixth unearned star falling from page. #BRA pic.twitter.com/adt9qeBsXf

— Randy Kim (@randy_j_kim) July 9, 2014


This one says, “Shame, Grievance, Humiliation":

Portada O Globo” Vergüenza, Pena, Humillación” pic.twitter.com/mhp0f7DS7Y via @danroan

— Elmer Polanco (@PolancoESA) July 9, 2014


This Brazil front page... (Via @Newseum) pic.twitter.com/CWlcQVQngf

— Brian Floyd (@BrianMFloyd) July 9, 2014


WELP (via @Newseum) pic.twitter.com/A0vXtmDmNl

— Brian Floyd (@BrianMFloyd) July 9, 2014


Portada de Olé HEXA + 1 (7-1 vs #GER) pic.twitter.com/h6gf8Lro23

— Elmer Polanco (@PolancoESA) July 9, 2014


Today in Brazil. #bra pic.twitter.com/gAp3bqTcyu

— Jim Roberts (@nycjim) July 9, 2014

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