FIFA World Cup 2014 Germany vs. Portugal: Rihanna Tweets About Watching Two of Her Favourite Teams
June 17, 2014 1:27 PM EST
FIFA World Cup 2014 Germany vs. Portugal: Rihanna Tweets ‘I hate watching games like this! 2 of my fave teams...’
Football attracts people from all walks of life. From common people to celebrities, when it is their favourite team's match, they all come together. Rihanna is a fan of Germany as well as Portugal. She took to Twitter to share her views. It was Germany vs. Portugal in FIFA World Cup 2014. Germany crushed Portugal as Thomas Muller emerged as a champion and scored 3 goals. Final score - Germany: 4 and Portugal: 0.
"Well Damn!!!....Ph**k it up Germany," tweeted RiRi as the match started.
Later she tweeted about how difficult it is when two of her favourite teams are playing against each other.
I hate watching games like this! 2 of my fave teams...
— Rihanna (@rihanna) June 16, 2014
Rihanna tweeted as Muller scored a goal.
Thomas Muller of Germany slammed the first hat-trick of 2014 FIFA World Cup. He, almost, single-handedly defeated Portugal in Salvador.
Muller scored the first goal via an early penalty. The second goal from open play in each half. Mats Hummels also scored a goal and took the total for Germany to 4.
Christiano Ronaldo (Portugal) was not able to score one for his team.
Even RiRi agreed to the fact that Germany nailed it.
"Germany is too f**kin real today!" tweeted the "Diamonds" singer.
Germany vs. Portugal Line-up
Germany XI: Neuer (G), Mertesacker (D), Boateng (D), Hummels (D), Howedes (D), Khedira (M), Lahm (M), Ozil (M), Kroos (M), Gotze (M), Muller (F)
Subs: Weidenfeller (G), Klose (F), Bastian S. (M), Podolski (F), Zieler (G), Kevin Gr. (D), Mustafi (D), Schurrle (F), Kramer (M), Draxler (M), Matthias Ginter (D), Durm (D)
Patricio (G), Pereira (D), Alves (D), Pepe (D), Coentrao (D), Moutinho (M), Veloso (M), Meireles (M), Nani (F), Almeida (F), Ronaldo (F)
Subs: Costa (D), Vieirinha (F), Eduardo (G), Postiga (F), Varela (F), Amorim (M), Eder (F), Beto (G), Almeida (D), William (M), Neto (D), Silva (F)
Pepe was given the red card during the match.
Referee: Milorad Mazic
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