World Cup Opta Facts - Post Match
Spain v Chile
- Spain have already conceded in their two 2014 World games (seven goals) after conceding in only two of their seven 2010 World Cup games (two goals in total)
- Chile have scored in all but one of their last 12 World Cup games.
- Spain have conceded 2+ goals in more than one game at a single World Cup tournament for the first time since USA 94.
- In his 126 minutes of World Cup action, Diego Costa failed to muster a single shot on target (only five shots in total).
- Spain have shipped seven goals in their two 2014 World Cup games, as many as they had conceded in their previous 13 World Cup games.
- Spain join Italy 1950*, Brazil 1966, France 2002 and Italy 2010 as reigning World Cup champions to exit the following tournament in the group stages (*Italy 1950 was 12 years since the previous tournament and format of 1950 competition was unusual).
- Spain posted their lowest passing accuracy in a World Cup game (81.7%) since their quarter-final defeat to South Korea in June 2002 (78.7%).
- In winning Euro 2008, World Cup 2010 and Euro 2012, Spain conceded a total of six goals, one fewer than they have so far at World Cup 2014.
- This was only Chile's second World Cup win in their last 11 games against European opposition.
- Andrés Iniesta (52) attempted the fewest passes in the eight World Cup matches he has played a full 90 minutes in.
- Chile have won four of their last six World Cup games after failing to win any of their preceding 13.
Australia v Netherlands
- Arjen Robben has scored eight goals in his last eight games for the Netherlands and also has netted four in his last four World Cup games.
- Tim Cahill has netted three goals in his last three World Cup games.
- Daley Blind has provided three assists in two games in World Cup 2014.
- Tim Cahill has scored five of Australia's 11 goals at the World Cup. Including assists (1) he has been involved in 54.5% of their all-time World Cup goals.
- There were just 70 seconds between Robben's goal and Cahill's equaliser.
- The Netherlands have now gone seven World Cup games without keeping a clean sheet.
- In his first 23 minutes in World Cup football, Memphis Depay scored and assisted a goal for the Netherlands.
- Robin Van Persie only completed one pass (out of four attempted) in the first-half.
- Australia have conceded in each of their last nine World Cup matches, shipping 2+ goals in five of those.
- The Dutch have won three of the last four World games in which they've gone behind.