Well at least Neymar won't have to worry about being back for the Final. It's 5-0 as I type this, and at this rate Germany will not only crush Brazil's World Cup dreams, but rip those dreams to shreds and leave them scattered along Copacabana beach.
Think about this... the last time five goals were scored in a semi-final was in 1958, when Brazil beat Sweden 5-2. Germany scored five goals in 18 minutes today.
Click here to see the first goal as it happened.
Miroslav Klose now has the most goals in World Cup history with 16 after starting the scoring barrage in the 23rd minute.
Brazil's biggest defeat ever was when they lost 6-0 to Uruguay...in 1920.
Germany scored four goals in six minutes, which is a new World Cup record for a semifinal. Here's the third one.
Germany has now scored more goals than Brazil in World Cup history, 221 to 220.
This was the first time since 1974 that a team scored five goals in the first half of a World Cup game.
This weeping child can take some solace in knowing that Germany still has a long way to go before breaking the record for goals in one international game.
Australia beat American Samoa 31-0 in a qualifying match in 2001, but that stat might not be enough to get this kid to stop crying.
Update: It's 6-0
UPDATE: It's 7-1!!! WHATTTTT