What a World Cup: And then there were two
Now we are down to the very last of it - the final of the 2014 World Cup. And what a competition it has been: the sheer quality of football from certain players, the bravery from certain teams, the glory of mind-blowing goals, the controversy, the glory, the unpredictability. Good heavens, can we get rid of league football and just have nine World Cups instead?
Last Tuesday witnessed the unpredictable: Brazil were beaten - no, completely outplayed and destroyed - by Germany by 7-1. Yes, seven!
The ridiculously brilliant Thomas Müller opened the scoring after eleven minutes, followed by another four before I ...