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    Spain - Netherlands 1:5 (1:1)

    Date Venue / Stadium Time Attendance
    13 June 2014 Salvador/Arena Fonte Nova 16:00 48173
    Match Officials

    FIFA General Coordinator
    JOHN Windsor (MAS)
    Fifth Official
    HAGLUND Kim (NOR)
    Referee
    RIZZOLI Nicola (ITA)
    Assistant Referee 1
    FAVERANI Renato (ITA)
    Assistant Referee 2
    STEFANI Andrea (ITA)
    Fourth Official
    MOEN Svein Oddvar (NOR)

    Total Goals scored

    Xabi ALONSO (ESP) 27' Penalty goal, Robin VAN PERSIE (NED) 44' , Arjen ROBBEN (NED) 53' , Stefan DE VRIJ (NED) 65' , Robin VAN PERSIE (NED) 72' , Arjen ROBBEN (NED) 80'


    Spain

    Netherlands
    1

    I. CASILLAS

    (GK)(C)
    1
    CILLESSEN

    (GK)
    3
    PIQUÉ
    2
    VLAAR
    6
    A. INIESTA
    3
    DE VRIJ

    (-77')
    8
    XAVI
    4
    MARTINS INDI
    14
    ALONSO

    (-62')
    5
    BLIND
    15
    RAMOS
    6
    DE JONG
    16
    SERGIO
    7
    JANMAAT
    18
    JORDI ALBA
    8
    DE GUZMAN

    (-62')
    19
    DIEGO COSTA

    (-62')
    9
    V. PERSIE

    (C) (-79')
    21
    SILVA

    (-78')
    10
    SNEIJDER
    22
    AZPILICUETA
    11
    ROBBEN
    Substitutes Substitutes
    12

    DE GEA

    (GK)
    22
    VORM

    (GK)
    23
    REINA

    (GK)
    23
    KRUL

    (GK)
    2
    R. ALBIOL
    12
    VERHAEGH
    4
    JAVI MARTÍNEZ
    13
    VELTMAN

    (+77')
    5
    JUANFRAN
    14
    KONGOLO
    7
    DAVID VILLA
    15
    KUYT
    9
    TORRES

    (+62')
    16
    CLASIE
    10
    FÁBREGAS

    (+78')
    17
    LENS

    (+79')
    11
    PEDRO

    (+62')
    18
    FER
    13
    MATA
    19
    HUNTELAAR
    17
    KOKE
    20
    WIJNALDUM

    (+62')
    20
    S. CAZORLA
    21
    MEMPHIS
    Coach Coach
    DEL BOSQUE Vicente (ESP) VAN GAAL Louis (NED)

    Cautions

    Jonathan DE GUZMAN (NED) 25' , Stefan DE VRIJ (NED) 41' , Iker CASILLAS (ESP) 65' , Robin VAN PERSIE (NED) 66'




    a.e.t.: After extra time (C): Captain PSO: Penalty Shoot-out
    GK: Goalkeeper N: Not eligible to play I: Injured
    Y: Misses next match if booked Pos: Positions A: Absent

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    RVP, Robben inspire incredible Spanish thrashing

    Robin van Persie and Arjen Robben inspired the Netherlands to a 5-1 comeback thrashing of Spain in one of the most unforeseen results in FIFA World Cup™ history. A Xabi Alonso penalty put the defending champions ahead but, after David Silva had spurned a glaring chance to double the lead, the Dutch ran riot. Van Persie and Robben hit doubles apiece, both netting majestic goals, with Stefan de Vrij also getting on the score-sheet as Spain conceded over four times for the first time since 1963.

    La Roja began the game by monopolising possession, but it was the Oranje who created the first noteworthy chance. Robben slid a sumptuous ball in behind the defence for Wesley Sneijder, who carried it into the box but hit his shot straight at a relieved Iker Casillas. Moments later, Andres Iniesta won possession in the Netherlands’ last third and slipped the ball to Diego Costa. The Brazil-born striker was inside the box, but his touch let him down and allowed Ron Vlaar to get back and admirably stifle the danger.

    Spain did go ahead on 27 minutes though. Following a neat passing move, Costa cut inside Stefan de Vrij and was tripped. The referee pointed to the spot and Xabi Alonso’s low, firm penalty found the bottom corner.
    La Roja should have doubled their lead on 42 minutes. Andres Iniesta skipped inside his marker and exercised his extra-sensory vision and immaculate execution of pass to send David Silva one-on-one with Jasper Cillessen. The Manchester City playmaker attempted an elaborate chip, which the Ajax goalkeeper was away to tip round his post. Silva held his head in his hands, and the Netherlands swiftly punished his mistake. Daley Blind played a long ball over the top of the Spain defence and, rather than bring the ball down, Van Persie produced a superb first-time header which looped over Casillas and went in.

    Eight minutes into the second half the Oranje went in front. Robben, in mid-air, delightfully controlled a long ball forward, cut inside Gerard Pique and, with the aid of a deflection, fired the ball home. It was almost 3-1 minutes later, with Robben leading a rapid counter-attack which ended with Van Persie cannoning the ball against the crossbar. But the Netherlands did double their lead on 64 minutes. Sneijder whipped a free-kick into the back post and, with Van Persie putting Casillas off, De Vrij bundled it in at the back post.

    It got worse for Spain eight minutes later. Casillas, ahead of a seemingly straightforward clearance, miscontrolled the ball. Van Persie pounced, took it round him, slid in and poked it into the empty net. Robben sealed a 5-1 success with another marvellous individual goal, showcasing blistering pace to escape the Spanish backline, rounding Casillas and fizzing the ball home. Robben, Jeremain Lens and Sneijder all had chances to grab the Netherlands’ sixth of the night, but 5-1 was how it finished.

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    Spain-Netherlands: Quotes

    Vicente del Bosque, Spain coach
    I feel terrible but brave enough to take this defeat on the chin without getting depressed about it. I can’t explain why we let in five goals. We’re not noted as being a defensive side, but we’ve always been resolute at the back. In the first half they pressurised us but we still managed to find some space. The game turned on a couple of long balls they played in behind us. We can’t blame Casillas. We lost because the whole team underperformed. Even though I’m not going to compare this defeat to the one we suffered to Switzerland four years ago, we have the experience and it’s still just the three points that we’ve dropped. We need to look forward with the strength of an athlete who wants to overcome the next challenge.

    Robin van Persie, Budweiser Man of the Match

    It’s amazing. This is a dream come true for us and that’s why we need to enjoy the moment. I think my equaliser came at just the right time and when Robben made it 2-1, it gave us a huge lift and hurt them badly. The key was to keep the pressure on till the very end, which we were able to do because we’re in great shape.

    Louis Van Gaal, Netherlands coach
    We played a fantastic game and were compact in defence and direct in attack. We put pressure on them at all times, and there’s no need for me to tell you just how dangerous Van Persie, Robben and Sneijder can be on the ball. Maybe our fitness was a factor, especially in this heat and humidity. The team is also mentally strong and we showed that today.


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