There was trouble in Germany last night, after the national football team crashed disastrously out of the World Cup, losing 2-0 to South Korea, a result that sent shockwaves throughout the footballing world.
Those shockwaves were so powerful, they were felt by the long-dead former German Chancellor, Adolf Hitler, who began spinning in his grave.
The Germans had lost their first game to Mexico, but after a heroic effort against the Swedes in their second match, they only needed to win against the South Korean minnows, but this proved unmöglich (impossible).
Hitler, who rarely showed emotion - unless it was anger - would, no doubt, have had most of last night's team sent to concentration camps for their poor performances, and for their failure to qualify for the second stage of the tournament. He hated failure.
A unnamed spokesman for the German team said he now hoped that England would win the World Cup.