Brazil might still be in the World Cup, but Neymar is out.
The team's young star was injured during the Brazil vs. Colombia match Friday, which Brazil won 2-1.
Neymar was airlifted from Brazil's camp in a medical helicopter after breaking a bone in his back.
"We have to try to be mature in a moment like this," Brazil defender and Neymar teammate David Luiz told The Associated Press. "We are sad because we are missing an important player and someone who was trying to fulfill his dream of winning this title."
Brazil fans say the loss hurts, but they're still optimistic about Tuesday's semifinals match against Germany.
Joey Chestnut Proposes After Hot Dog-Eating Contest Win
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Even if you missed Coney Island's annual hot dog eating contest on July 4, you probably won't be surprised to hear that defending champ Joey Chestnutwon again.
The competitive eater managed to scarf down 61 hot dogs in 10 minutes to hang onto the title.
But first, the 30-year-old got down on one knee in front of the huge crowd to propose to longtime girlfriend Neslie Ricasa, also a competitive eater.
She said “yes.”
In the women's category, Miki Sudo upset three-time defending champion Sonya "The Black Widow" Thomas. She ate 34 hot dogs in 10 minutes, about six more than Thomas.
Billy Ray Cyrus Honors Slain Middle School Teacher
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Country crooner Billy Ray Cyrus played an emotional concert Saturday night in Nevada to honor a middle school teacher who was shot to death by a student last year.
Cyrus praised Michael Landsberry as a "true American hero" and presented a memorial plaque to his widow, The Associated Press reported.
Landsberry, a former Marine, tried to talk down a school shooter at the Reno-area middle school where he taught in October, police have said. The student shot the teacher and wounded two other students before taking his life.
"Michael Landsberry made the ultimate sacrifice to save his students after serving three terms in Afghanistan," Cyrus told the crowd.
Ronda Rousey Takes Down Alexa Davis at UFC Match
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UFC fans have taken to social media to gush about Ronda Rousey's win against Alexa Davis on Saturday.
It only took 16 seconds for Rousey to knock out Davis at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas, ESPN reported.
It was the first time Davis had been stopped since 2009.
Rousey, 27, won the bronze medal in Judo at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing.
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