Today, EA Sports ran a simulation using FIFA 14 World Cup Brazil in an attempt to predict the winner of the upcoming World Cup tournament. They ran the simulation with all 32 teams and in the final match, FIFA 14 predicts a final featuring Brazil and Germany with Germany taking the World cup with a score of 2-1.

If the prediction were to come true, Germany would win their fourth World Cup title and become the first European country to win the World Cup in South America. If you were wondering how the Americans did, they failed to move past pool play. If you are interested in the simulation, the rest of the scores and winners can be found below.

Final Score

Brazil 1
Germany 2 (ET)

Third Place Game Score

Portugal 1
Spain 3

Semi Finals Score

Brazil 1
Portugal 0

Spain 0
Germany 0 (5-4 pens)

Quarter Finals Score

Brazil 2 (4-3 pens)
Uruguay 2

Portugal 4
Nigeria 3

England 0
Spain 2

Germany 2
Argentina 1

Round of 16 Score

Brazil 3
Netherlands 1

Ivory Coast 2
Uruguay 3

France 0
Nigeria 1

Portugal 2
Russia 0

Spain 3
Mexico 1

England 1 (4-3 pens)
Columbia 1

Argentina 2
Ecuador 0

Belgium 1
Germany 2

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