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Trending today: Brazil heartbroken after World Cup loss; Pilot orders for pizza for delayed passengers

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Following Brazil's devastating loss to Germany, social media started pouring on the wound for Brazil fans. One tweet read, "BREAKING: Brazil's Christ the Redeemer statue right now" -- with the picture above. (Source: Twitter/@WorldCupProbs) Following Brazil's devastating loss to Germany, social media started pouring on the wound for Brazil fans. One tweet read, "BREAKING: Brazil's Christ the Redeemer statue right now" -- with the picture above. (Source: Twitter/@WorldCupProbs)
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While you were sleeping, the Internet never stopped. And it's amazing what the Internet comes up with.

Check out what people are tweeting, sharing and talking about.

Brazil heartbroken after devastating World Cup loss

Brazil suffered one of the worst defeats in World Cup history Tuesday giving up five goals in the first 29 minutes of the match, which eventually led to a 7-1 loss to Germany.

Most soccer fans knew Brazil had an uphill battle to win with Neymar out injured. During the game, however, it appeared Brazil fans may have hit all five stages of grief in the span of 90 minutes.

Social media started flooding with pictures of devastated fans, as well as posts mocking Brazil's performance in the tournament.

One popular theme included Christ the Redeemer statue in Brazil with his head in his hands.

The Netherlands faces Argentina at 4 p.m. Winner faces Germany in Sunday's final.

Pilot orders pizza for delayed flight passengers

A Frontier Airlines pilot treated his passengers to pizza when bad weather forced the Denver-bound flight to be diverted to Wyoming.

The flight from Washington D.C. was delayed two hours.

All the food on board was reportedly gone. That's when Domino's in Cheyenne, Wyoming got a call Monday around 10 p.m.

The pilot said, "I need to feed my whole plane."

The whole plane breaks down to 36 pizzas for the 160 passengers.

One woman treated to Domino's tweeted: "Bad news: my Denver flight was sent to WY due to this storm. Good news: the pilot ordered pizza! Thanks @FlyFrontier #hungry"

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