Chile defeated Spain. This match guaranteed Chile and fellow group member, the Netherlands, would advance into the Round of 16.
The match also simultaneously ensured Australia and Spain, who were both in Group B with Chile, would be eliminated from the tournament. Spain's early exit from the 2014 FIFA World Cup marked the first time a defending world champion was effectively eliminated from the tournament having only played two matches.
The statistics of the match are as follows:Spain 0-2 Chile18 June 2014 (16:00)
Location: EstÃ¡dio do MaracanÃ£, Rio de Janeiro
Head Referee: Mark Geiger (United States)
In the 2010 world cup Spain beat Chile 3-0.
Spain 3-0 Chile
Yes. Chile 1-2 Spain
Chile did not qualify for 2006 FIFA World Cup.
Chile is in Group H. Group H: Spain, Switzerland, Honduras, Chile.
Spain is in Group H. Group H: Spain, Switzerland, Honduras, Chile.
Spain played against, Paraguay ,Chile, Honduras
Mexico, Spain and Chile.
Spain defeated Chile. The statistics of the match are as follows:Chile 1-2 SpainJune 25, 2010 (20:30)Managers:Marcelo Bielsa (Chile)Vicente del Bosque (Spain)Man of the Match: Andrés Iniesta (Spain)Location: Loftus Versfeld Stadium, PretoriaAttendance: 41,958Head Referee: Marco Rodríguez (Mexico)Chile's Goalscorer: Rodrigo Millar - 47th minuteSpain's Goalscorers: David Villa - 24th minute, Andrés Iniesta - 37th minuteYellow Cards: 4Gary Medel - 15th minute (Chile)Waldo Ponce - 19th minute (Chile)Marco Estrada - 21st, 37th minute (Chile)Red Cards: 1Player: Marco Estrada (Chile)Reason: Double yellow cardsTime: 37th minute
Spain plays Chile at 3 pm ET on Wednesday, June 18 in the Rio de Janeiro venue.
The Spain vs. Chile match will broadcast at 3 pm ET on Wednesday, June 18 on ESPN (USA).
They are Spain, Argentina, Brazil and Chile.