Top 3 World Cup 2014 Moments That Will Live Long In The Memory

Here is the list of top 3 World Cup Moments That Will Live Long In The Memory For Decades To Come


Miroslav Klose, Germany's most prolific striker, broke the Brazilian Ronaldo's most World Cup goals record. He now stands as the striker who has the coveted record with 16 goals to his name. He leveled the Ronaldo's record by scoring his first-touch goal against Ghana in the round of 16. Coincidentally, Klose broke the record in Germany's 7-1 thumping of Brazil in the Semifinal. The Brazilian Ronaldo had to congratulate him while seeing his team being thrashed the by Germans.  Thomas Muller has 10 goals in two World Cups at just the age of 24 and is likely to beat his team-mate's in the coming World Cups. Klose couldn't ask for more befitting moment to retire from national team after Germany became the World Champions for the fourth time. 

Moment # 2
Luiz Suarez, Uruguayan goal-machine, just can't curb his temptation to bite the defenders when things are not working for him. A similar situation arose when he bit the Italy's defender Giorgio Chiellini without referee noticing it. However, the incident saw him banned from all footabll-activity for four months by FIFA. It was the third time Suarez bit the defender which led his new team FC Barcelona to include a "no bite clause" in his contract. We hope Saurez doesn't bite anybody again and continues to thrill us with his unique goal poaching abilities
Moment# 1
It was no less than a national tragedy for Brazil after their star player, Neymar Jr, suffered from fractured vertebra. Despite Brazilian winning the quarter-final against Colombia, the nation bemoaned the loss of their star player. With Neymar ruled out of the entire tournament, the Brazilian misery become even more compounded. The 7-1 thrashing at the hands of Germany and eventual defeat to Holland with a 3-0 scoreline for the third-position match is enough to prove how much Brazil pinned its World Cup hopes on Neymar Jr. 


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