Wednesday, July 9, 2014

David Luiz Apologise For Brazil Worst Football Performance

Moments after the worst lost in his country's history, Brazil captain David Luiz did a TV interview on the field.

Luiz, who was filling in for suspended captain Thiago Silva, has been one of the stars of the World Cup.

After the 7-1 loss, he was distraught. He apologized to his country and said he just wanted to put smiles on people's faces (via O Globo):

"I just wanted to give joy to the people who suffer so much. Unfortunately we could not, sorry everyone, all Brazilians. I just wanted to see people smiling. Everyone knows how important it was for me. I wanted to see everyone happy. [Germany] were better prepared. It is a day of great sadness and a lot of learning too."

This was a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for Brazil to win a World Cup at home, and they just couldn't do it.

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