What They're Saying: David Luiz
“I just wanted to make my people happy. Unfortunately, we couldn’t. I apologize to everybody. I apologize to all Brazilians. I just wanted to see them smile at least because of soccer.
Everyone knows how important it was."
-- Defender David Luiz, Brazil captain in the absence of suspended Thiago
Silva, after the host country's 7-1 loss to Germany knocked it out of the World Cup.
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