The biggest surprise of the World Cup 2014 in Brazil definitely are Spain, who lost the first two games, and booked their ticket home too early. Still, the Roja managed to gain a little respect with beating 3-0 the Socceroos and sealing the third place in Group B. Goals for Spain have scored David Villa in the 36th minute who also set the half-time score, 1-0. Chelsea striker Fernando Torres (69′) raised the score to 2-0 while Manchester united midfielder Juan Mata (82′) sealed the final 3-0 score.

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australia - spain world cup 2014

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