Saturday, June 14, 2014

Spain yanyukwa 5

Holland is a jubilant sea of orange tonight after the national team thrashed world champions Spain in sensational revenge for the last World Cup final.

The 5-1 group stage upset in Brazil came four years after Spain beat the Netherlands 1-0 in the tetchy 2010 final in South Africa.

Fans at the Fonte Nova Arena in Salvador were decked from head to toe in the national colour - with everything from orange feather fascinators to bunches of carrots.
Triumph: Spain is ranked first in the World Cup rankings - while the Netherlands sits at a lowly 15th
Spain is ranked first in the World Cup rankings - while the Netherlands sits at a lowly 15thJubilant: Fans at the stadium in Salvador, Brazil, which was a sea of orange at the sensational Dutch winHolland's Robin van Persie scored the equaliser with a dramatic diving headerPride: A fan celebrates at the arena in Salvador - while thousands more partied on Copacabana beachIn New York City, Spanish fans could not believe that the reigning world champions were quite so comprehensively beatenGeneral happiness: The match was revenge for Holland's 0-1 final defeat in 2010, as this fan rememberedBest buddies: Van Persie praised Van Gaal's tactics and ran over to the manager after netting his first goalDutch manager Louis Van Gaal celebrates the Dutch equaliser with Robin Van Persie, who he joining at Manchester United after the World CupThat's how it's done: Van Gaal greets Van Persie as he is subbed off in the Salvador slaughterSpain lost the first group game in the 2010 World Cup, which they eventually wonThe future's bright! Supporters celebrate the score drawing even to 1-1 - unaware of what was to come
While Dutch fans were jubilant, these Spanish supporters looked on forlornly as their team was hammered 5-1 in their opening World Cup gameSensational victory: The Netherlands' Arjen Robben evades Spain's Sergio Ramos to score his second goalSensational: Netherlands fans celebrate one of the five goals against Spain on Copacabana beach in Rio
I carrot believe it! A Dutch fan with a very home-made hat shows his delight in the stadium in BrazilDaily Mail

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