Australia, Cameroon, and Spain first to leave World Cup

Day 6 of the World Cup saw the exit of Australia, Cameroon, and defending World Cup champs, Spain. Yes, you read that correctly. The Socceroos put on another impressive performance yet again vs. the Netherlands, with Tim Cahill scoring what many regard as the best goal of the tournament so far. Cameroon suffered a 4-0 loss at the hands of Croatia.

Cameroon’s Alex Song was ejected from the game for stupidly elbowing Mario Mandzukic in the back. Two Cameroonian players head-butted each other, only to show how frustrated they were. Defending champs Spain could not have had a worse start to a major competition, getting destroyed by the Netherlands and now losing 2-0 to Chile. The Spanish looked out of place, couldn’t connect passes, and failed to have a target forward score goals. The only goal they scored in these first two matches was from a penalty kick.

In 2010, they conceded only 2 goals in 7 matches. ThiAustralia, Cameroon, and defending champs Spain first to leave World Cup

Day 6 of the World Cup saw the exit of Australia, Cameroon, and defending World Cup champs, Spain. Yes, you read that correctly. The Socceroos put on another impressive performance yet again vs. the Netherlands, with Tim Cahill scoring what many regard as the best goal of the tournament so far.

Cameroon suffered a 4-0 loss at the hands of Croatia. Cameroon’s Alex Song was ejected from the game for stupidly elbowing Mario Mandzukic in the back. Two Cameroonian players head-butted each other, only to show how frustrated they were. Defending champs Spain could not have had a worse start to a major competition, getting destroyed by the Netherlands and now losing 2-0 to Chile. The Spanish looked out of place, couldn’t connect passes, and failed to have a target forward score goals.

The only goal they scored in these first two matches was from a penalty kick. In 2010, they conceded only 2 goals in 7 matches. This year, they conceded 7 goals in 2 matches. Though Spain vs. Australia is a pointless match since both squads are eliminated, it’s a chance for the socceroos to make one last statement for the world, and it’s a chance for the Spaniards to regroup and get back to their old form.

s year, they conceded 7 goals in 2 matches. Though Spain vs. Australia is a pointless match since both squads are eliminated, it’s a chance for the socceroos to make one last statement for the world, and it’s a chance for the Spaniards to regroup and get back to their old form.

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