The Netherlands buried the final three bullets into Brazil’s chest, and Twitter was there to kick dirt on the host country’s World Cup performance. After falling flat for a second consecutive match, the Twitterverse predictably has less than kind things to say to the Canarinhas. Here are some of the top reactions following the match.
— Nhlanhla Ngcobo (@Lwandilesne) July 12, 2014
So who does Brazil play in the fourth place game now?
— Tom Fornelli (@TomFornelli) July 12, 2014
— Brick Shot (@Ladrillazo) July 12, 2014
Brazil like a rape victim that got raped again
— black nigga (@TrapHouseMario) July 12, 2014
— Soccer Memes (@SoccerMemez) July 12, 2014
That’s funny. RT @GeniusFootball: BREAKING: Wenger bids for entire Brazil squad after impressive 4th place finish.
— John Infante (@John_Infante) July 12, 2014
— 9GAG (@9GAG) July 11, 2014
— Kevin Ryder (@thekevinryder) July 12, 2014
Since Neymar couldn’t play, neither did Brazil #Respect
— World Cup 2014 (@FifaWorIdCup_14) July 12, 2014
Brazil be like.. | pic.twitter.com/IYsJueqoDO
— 2014 World Cup (@2014WorIdCup) July 12, 2014
If I was the Brazil boss, I’d plunge my finger into my own arse, then put it under the nose of each player. It’s the only way they’ll learn.
— notBigSam (@TheBig_Sam) July 12, 2014
Lane Kiffin had a better ending at USC than Brazil did at the World Cup.
— Bryan Fischer (@BryanDFischer) July 12, 2014
*Brazil finish 4th* *Riots, Anger, Hatred* *If England Finished 4th* *Bank Holiday, Champagne & Celebrations*
— British Logic (@BritishLogic) July 12, 2014
Brazil should never play soccer again.
— Ramzy Nasrallah (@ramzy) July 12, 2014
Jasper Cillessen waves Brazil good-bye. pic.twitter.com/hTiJxWO9fg
— Arya Stark (@GoT_Arya) July 12, 2014
4 – Madame Tussards have told Brazil they can keep their 4 defenders after this World Cup. Statues.
— OptaJoke (@OptaJoke) July 12, 2014
Brazil only Spained themselves today. Not another Brazilian.
— Jerry Palm (@jppalmCBS) July 12, 2014
Brazil finish the tournament in Arsenal’s favourite position.
— Frank Lampard UK (@FrankLampardUK) July 12, 2014
How many goals did they score against Brazil in the last two games? pic.twitter.com/PbQzwUzpBz
— Jaaaviii (@jmanso25) July 12, 2014