After just two matches, current titleholders and double European champions Spain was the first team to crash out of the World Cup group stages. La Furja Roja suffered defeat from the hands of an impressive Chilean side.
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took two goals in the first half to hand Spain a historic World Cup loss in eight years. It also meant that they would go out of the competition along with Australia, after the defeat to Netherlands in their opening match.
Eduardo Vargas opened the scoreline in the 20th minute with an incisive shot. He took one touch of the the ball and rounded up Iker Casillas to blast home the ball. Charles Aranguiz added to the misery of the Spanish team, as Charles Aranguiz pounced on a ball punched cleared by the Real Madrid striker. The match ended, 0-2 to Spain.
End of Tiki-Taka
With Spain’s defeat, many believe that the golden age of tiki-taka has finally come to an end. It coincides with the decline of FC Barcelona who lived the virtues of tiki-taka. Football fans may have to wait how Spain would come back after licking the nasty wounds.