‘Humilhante:’ Brazil isn’t having a good day on the front page


The results of Tuesday’s World Cup semifinal match between Brazil and Germany made the fronts of many newspapers around the world on Wednesday. They show weeping, outrage, anger, and a few show the German winners.

Here’s a collection from Newseum.

La Nacion, in Buenos Aires, Argentina, shows an image that was quite popular:


The Nation, in Bridgetown, Barbados, went with puzzled rage:


The New York Times wins for its headline:


Here’s my personal favorite, from Metro Belo Horizonte, in Belo Horizonte, Brazil:


Some of these just don’t need Google translate at all. Here’s one from Folha de Londrina, in Londrina, Brazil:


Jornal de Santa Catarina, in Blumenau, Brazil, with a pretty clever photo illustration:


And another, from O Popular, in Goiânia, Brazil:


A sad, still moment from O Povo, in Fortaleza, Brazil:


Someone’s hangry on the front of Metro Toronto, in Toronto, Canada:


Of course, there was a winner. Jamaica Observer, in Kingston, Jamaica, went with Germany:

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And the German team led most of the fronts in Germany. Here’s BILD, in Berlin, Germany:


ARA, in Barcelona, Spain, had the winners and the losers:


And the United Evening News, in Taipei, Taiwan, had it all:


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