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And finally…worst Berlin Wall celebrations since Hasselhoff

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Credit to zee Germans for a well deserved World Cup win AND the cheesiest celebrations seen at the Berlin Wall since Hasselhoff. Sunglasses at the ready for a rousing air guitar rendition of Seven Nation Army. Cringe (although we’re sure the World Cup is adequate compensation for our feeble mocking).

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