Jesus Wept... Over Brazil's 7-1 Loss To Germany In World Cup Semi-Final

OKLAHOMA CITY, OK - APRIL 13: Peace activists walk past the 'And Jesus Wept' statue on the west side of the Oklahoma City National Memorial as they participate in the 'Spiritual Walk for Peace' march April 13, 2003 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. The Spiritual Walk for Peace event takes place each Sunday. Those who participate silently walk around the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building memorial site in downtown Oklahoma City while holding signs to protest against military action in Iraq. (Photo by Mark Zimmerman/Getty Images)
OKLAHOMA CITY, OK - APRIL 13: Peace activists walk past the 'And Jesus Wept' statue on the west side of the Oklahoma City National Memorial as they participate in the 'Spiritual Walk for Peace' march April 13, 2003 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. The Spiritual Walk for Peace event takes place each Sunday. Those who participate silently walk around the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building memorial site in downtown Oklahoma City while holding signs to protest against military action in Iraq. (Photo by Mark Zimmerman/Getty Images)

All of Brazil wept as they watched Germany punch in a stunning seven goals, the most ever scored in any World Cup semi-final.

Jesus wept, too.

The frenzy of tweets included some memorable ones of Rio's Christ the Redeemer statue hanging his head in shame.

Face-palming.

Trying not to watch.

And even just leaving.

"Im out bruh..." #BrazilvsGermany #WorldCup pic.twitter.com/GXAgqNmJkL

— World Cup Bruh (@WorldCupBruh) July 8, 2014

Christ!!!

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