July 8
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The 2014 FIFA World Cup from Brazil will continue without the home team after a devastating 7-1 loss to Germany yesterday. With Neymar and Thiago Silva out of action, Brazil was absolutely pummeled on the pitch in the first half, as the Germans strung together four goals in under ten minutes. Their second goal of the afternoon came from Miroslav Klose, whose 23' goal put him over Brazil's Ronaldo for the most World Cup goals scored of all time with 16. Toni Kroos and Andre Schurrle were also huge factors in Germany's offensive blitzkrieg, with each turning in a pair of goals. At the last minute of action, Oscar managed to score the lone goal for Brazil, finishing off what will be remembered as one of the most embarrassing World Cup performances in modern history. Now, all eyes are on today's match between the Netherlands and Argentina to see who will join Germany in the finals.

See the boots that sunk Brazil, plus last night's MLB standouts after the break.

Riley Jones is a freelance writer from Charlottesville, VA and a contributor to Sneaker Report. With an unshakable affinity for basketball and all things pop culture, he can be found on Twitter @rchrstphr.

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Image via Getty Images/Jamie McDonald

Sami Khedira Finishes Germany's 1st Half Run in the Magista Opus

Shoe: Nike Magista Opus
Player: Sami Khedira
Game: Germany vs. Brazil
Key Stat: Goal at 29'

$200

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Image via Getty Images/Laurence Griffiths

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Image via Getty Images/Jamie McDonald

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Image via Getty Images/AFP PHOTO/PEDRO UGARTE

Andre Schuerrle Scores Twice in the Predator Instinct Battle Pack

Shoe: adidas Predator Instinct FG Battle Pack
Player: Andre Schuerrle
Game: Germany vs. Brazil
Key Stat: Goals at 69', 79'

$220

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Image via Getty Images/AFP PHOTO/PEDRO UGARTE

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Image via Getty Images/Martin Rose

Image via Getty Images/AFP PHOTO/PEDRO UGARTE
Image via Getty Images/AFP PHOTO/PEDRO UGARTE

Oscar Scores Brazil's Only Goal in the Predator Instinct 

Shoe: adidas Predator Instinct FG Battle Pack
Player: Oscar
Game: Brazil vs. Germany
Key Stat: Goal at 90'

$220

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Image via Getty Images/AFP PHOTO/PEDRO UGARTE

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Image via USA Today

Jacob deGrom Holds Down the Mound for Mets in the Huarache Pro

Shoe: Nike Air Huarache Pro Mid
Player: Jacob deGrom
Game: NYM vs. Atlanta
Key Stat: 7 IP, 7 H, 0 ER, 11 K

$60

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Image via USA Today

Image via USA Today
Image via USA Today

R.A. Dickey Shuts Out Blue Jays in the NB 3000

Shoe: New Balance Low-Cut 3000
Player: R.A. Dickey
Game: Toronto vs. LAA
Key Stat: 7 IP, 4 H, 0 ER, 5 K

$90

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Image via USA Today

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Image via Getty Images/Buda Mendes

Thomas Mueller Draws First Blood in the F50 Battle Pack

Shoe: adidas F50 Adizero Battle Pack
Player: Thomas Mueller
Game: Germany vs. Brazil
Key Stat: Goal at 11'

$220

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Image via Getty Images/Buda Mendes

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Image via Getty Images/Martin Rose

Klose Sets World Cup Scoring Record in the Hypervenom Phantom

Shoe: Nike Hypervenom Phantom
Player: Miroslav Klose
Game: Germany vs. Brazil
Key Stat: Goal at 23'

$225

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Image via Getty Images/AFP PHOTO/PEDRO UGARTE

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Image via Getty Images/Martin Rose

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Image via Getty Images/AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN

Toni Kroos Scores Back-to-Back Goals in the 11Pro TRX

Shoe: adidas 11Pro TRX
Player: Toni Kroos
Game: Germany vs. Brazil
Key Stat: Goals at 24' and 26'

$150

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Image via Getty Images/AFP PHOTO/GABRIEL BOUYS

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Image via Getty Images/AFP PHOTO/ODD ANDERSEN

Riley Jones is a freelance writer from Charlottesville, VA and a contributor to Sneaker Report. With an unshakable affinity for basketball and all things pop culture, he can be found on Twitter @rchrstphr.

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