World Cup holders, Spain, 1-5 defeat of the Netherlands in Group B of the 2014 World Cup in the Arena Fonte Nova, Salvador, Friday or Saturday (14/06/2014) early morning hrs.
It became the first meeting since the last time the two teams fight each other in the final of the 2010 World Cup. At that time, Spain became the winner by a single goal Andres Iniesta in extra time.
Dutch first opportunity in the 8th minute. Arjen Robben with a through ball right leads to Wesley Sneijder. Sneijder faced with Iker Casillas. However, Casillas kick Sneijder could be countered easily.
Snapped chances of the Netherlands, Spain turns making threats. Two minutes later, Andres Iniesta has a chance to open the scoring. However, long-range shot attempts Iniesta still rising slightly from goalkeeper Jesper Cillessen.
Entering the 26th minute, Spain awarded a penalty following a foul on Stefan de Vrij Diego Costa. Xabi Alonso, who became executor successfully carry out their duties properly. Alonso failed to reach a horizontal kick Cillessen though it was right to guess the direction of the ball.
After falling behind, the Dutch began to venture out to attack. Chance to equalize immediately obtained troops Louis van Gaal in the 30th minute. However, Daley Blind's cross to the front of the mouth goalkeeper Casillas failed to reach Robin van Persie.
Two minutes before the break, Spain has a great chance to double the score. David Silva faced with Cillessen after receiving feedback breakthrough Iniesta. Unfortunately, Silva kick Cillessen be ignored completely.
A minute after the failure of a golden opportunity, the Netherlands would be able to equalize. Blind long pass from the left side of the infield toward the right superior to Van Persie ran over Sergio Ramos. Van Persie's header to make the ball bounced past Spain goalkeeper Casillas and thrilling. The first half ended 1-1.
In the second half the Dutch were able to perform better. More solid back line, midfield and forward as well as increasingly sharp.
In the 53rd minute, the Dutch successfully turned lead over Spain. Again, a long pass to be disastrous defense Blind Spain. This time, bait well Blind maximized by Robben. Outwit Gerard Pique and Sergio Ramos, Robben then fired a shot that ripped the nets Spain.
Not yet risen, Spain again received the "punch" of the Netherlands. In the 63rd minute, the Dutch went 3-1 over De Vrij. Heading De Vrij utilizing Wesley Sneijder free kick forced Casillas picked up the ball from the goal for the third time.
Spain tried to change the game by playing Fernando Torres and Pedro Rodriguez, Diego Costa and replace Xabi Alonso. Instead able to perform better, Spain re-accept the bitter pill.
In the 72nd minute, Van Persie relisted name on the scoreboard. Error control the ball of bait Casillas Sergio Ramos Van Persie properly utilized. Van Persie easily struck the ball into the empty goal.
Spain suffered not depleted until the fourth goal of the Netherlands. In the 80th minute, Spain conceded for the fifth time. Robben scored his second goal. Receiving feedback Sneijder, Robben winning run over Ramos. Robben then outwit Casillas and hard kick goal nest in Spain. The match ended 5-1 to the Dutch victory.
According to FIFA, Spain is actually superior ball control 58 percent rather than the Netherlands. However, Spain is only nine shots, while the Netherlands 13 attempts against the opponent.
The composition of players
Spain: 1-Iker Casillas; 22-Cesar Azpilicueta, 3-Gerard Pique, 15-Sergio Ramos, 18-Jordi Alba; 14-Xabi Alonso (Pedro Rodriguez 11-64), 16-Sergio Busquets, 8-Xavi Hernandez; 21-David Silva (10-Cesc Fabregas 78), 8-Andres Iniesta; 19-Diego Costa (9-Fernando Torres 64)
Coach: Vicente del Bosque
Netherlands: 1-Jesper Cillessen; 7-Daryl Janmaat, 2-Ron Vlaar, Stefan de Vrij 3-(13-Joel Veltman 77), Bruno Martins Indi-4, 5-Daley Blind; 8-Nigel de Jong; 6-Jonathan de Guzman (20-Georginio Wijnaldum 62), 10-Wesley Sneijder, 11-Arjen Robben; 9-Robin van Persie (17-Jeremain Lens 79)
Coach: Louis van Gaal