This Was The Most Touching Moment Of The 2014 World Cup
July 5, 2014
In one of the most touching photos captured at the 2014 World Cup, James Rodriguez — the fantastic Colombian forward — was comforted by the rivals from Brazil, who had just defeated his team and sent him home.
The 22-year-old couldn't hide his disappointment and broke down in tears at the end of the match. That is when the moving moment happened.
After the match was over, two Brazilian players came over to offer some comfort.
JAMES RODRIGUEZ CRYING IS THE WORST THING EVER I JUST CRIED AND IM NOT EVEN COLOMBIAN 😭 pic.twitter.com/OGlxLc9mSq— sicily || luke tysm (@epiclxrry) July 4, 2014
At 22-years-old, James Rodriguez — if you hadn’t heard about him before the World Cup, you have now — became the second youngest player to score six-goals in the tournament.
The great Pele is the youngest; he completed the feat at 17 years old in 1958.
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