Germany, relax! They're not Poland.
— rob delaney (@robdelaney) July 8, 2014
Man the goalie really holocaust them the game, I bet Brazil's coach was like Aw Schwitz
— Daniel Kibblesmith (@kibblesmith) July 8, 2014
The Germans have stormed into a foreign country and taken charge. How unexpected.
— Binyamin Appelbaum (@BCAppelbaum) July 8, 2014
What Brazil doesn't realize is that if Germany wins it *will* conquer & colonize the good parts of the country.
— Spencer Ackerman (@attackerman) July 8, 2014
How did Brazil Nazi that coming? pic.twitter.com/klICj5Em0s
— Rajat (@Extranaut) July 9, 2014
If Germany knew that Brazil would roll over this easily back in the 1940's they would've hid all their Nazi's there. #worldcup2014
— The Sklar Brothers (@SklarBrothers) July 8, 2014
The Germans will just deny the match ever happened.
— Sasha Frere-Jones (@sfj) July 8, 2014
Brazil did Nazi this coming.
— World Cup 2014 (@FifaWorIdCup_14) July 8, 2014
— Andy Farag (@andyfarag) July 8, 2014
Stop with these nazi jokes, they're not funny. Anne Frankly, they're offensive
— Pabeats Baeless (@TheRealPabeats) July 8, 2014
So kam es, wie es offenbar jedes Mal bei „deutscher Übermacht“ auf dem Platz passieren muss: der Begriff „Nazi“ war „Trending Topic“ auf Twitter. Fair Play? Das gibt es in Brasilien offenbar nur auf dem Rasen.