If you are following the 2014 World Cup, Spain vs. Chile live online is one match you can't miss. The reigning world champions were humiliated in their opener and will have to play the match of their lives to move forward.
Spain looked weak, unorganized, and irrelevant in their 2014 World Cup, less-than-impressive debut, at the hands of the Netherlands which took the match 5-1, in one of the biggest upsets so far. Nobody, and we mean nobody, saw that one coming, considering Spain came in as one of the best teams in the tournament.
Now, Los Rojos will come out like a lion and try to get some scoring going, as they currently sit at the bottom of Group B. Chile, in the meantime, is looking pretty with three points, behind the Dutch, for the second qualifying spot in the group.
It won't be easy for Spain, though, and they have a steep hill to climb to get out of the hole they're in right now. With a goal differential of negative four, it will be hard to make that up, unless they can have a "goleada" of their own against one of the weaker teams.
One of the players that may be benched by Spain's coach Vicente del Bosque is goalie and Spanish captain, Iker Casillas, who many blame for the devastating loss. During the match the Real Madrid goalie looked uncharacteristically dazed and hesitant.
Even though Chile is off to a great start and thanks to Spain's dismal performance, has great chances to advance to the round of 16, after a convincing win against Australia, they will have to prove they can play at the same level against a much stronger team. Chile will be looking to forward Alexis Sanchez to lead the charge.
The Juventus midfielder was crucial in last week's match as he scored one goal and had an assist against Australia. Chile's coach, Jorge Sampaoli, hopes midfielder Arturo Vidal continues to be reliable, despite a knee injury.
Whatever happens, if you tune in to Spain vs. Chile live online, you will most likely not be disappointed, as two Spanish speaking countries face-off in a critical match that could determine who moves on to the next round. Spain is the one that has the most to lose and will have to go above and beyond.
Watch Spain vs. Chile live online here. Kick-off is at 3 pm/ET at Estádio Maracanã, Rio de Janeiro in 2014 World Cup, Group B action.
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