• World Cup 2014: Chile ends Spain’s reign

    by  • June 19, 2014 • Chile, Spain, World Cup • 0 Comments

    Chile ended Spain’s six-year reign as the World’s top football team on Wednesday at Maracana Stadium after stunning 2-0 win over the defending champion.

    Despite winning the European Championship back in 2008 and 2012, in addition to the World Cup in 2010. Spain are now eliminated from the very first round of World Cup 2014.

    Eduardo Vargas scored a goal in the 20th minute, while Charles Aranguiz scored in the 43rd minute and help Chile to make it to the knockout stage.

    “We cannot complain we did not deserve to go out, they were better than us,” Spain coach Vicente del Bosque told Spanish TV.

    This is Spain’s second loss in World Cup 2014, after a thumping 5-1 defeat in their opening Group B game against the Netherlands.

    Now, Chile and the Netherlands will both make it into the final 16.

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