First there was disbelief but Then after came rolling the down tears as fans and spectators from all around the world watched as Brasil suffered their worst defeat evern the history the world cup.
Beaten, battered and bruised, Brazil’s World Cup dream has come to end.
It’s a result that is likely to take some time to comprehend for a nation that many view as guardians of football’s soul.
Brazil, unbeaten in a competitive fixture at home since 1975, had been on their way to heaven, according to their manager Luis Felipe Scolari, as they sought a sixth world crown.
Outplayed, outfought, outthought if this was a boxing match it would have been stopped long before the halftime whistle.
A section of the crowd chanted obscenities against the players and President Dilma Rousseff, who during the cup had mostly enjoyed a reprieve from protests over the record $11 billion spent to host the tournament.