Thomas Muller scored a hat-trick as Germany produced a stunning display to crush Portugal 4-0 in their opening World Cup match.
The three-time World Champions took the lead through Muller's penalty.
Mats Hummel's header made it 2-0, before Portuguese defender Pepe was sent off for headbutting Muller in the first-half.
The Bayern Munich forward grabbed a second and completed his hat-trick after tapping in Andre Schurrle's cross.
USA and Ghana, the remaining sides in Group G, meet in the Estadio das Dunas later tonight.
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