Australia 0 - 3 Spain

Match info: World Cup - Gp B at Estadio Joaquim Americo Guimaraes

Date: 23/06/2014 KO: 17:00 Ref: Nawaf Shukralla Att: 39,375

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Australia

0
vs
3

Spain

David Villa 36
Juan Mata 82
Fernando Torres 69

FT (ht: 0-1)

 

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  • Full time in Curitiba, it finishes Australia 0-3 Spain in Curitiba. Thanks for joining me here, and stick with Sky Sports for all your post-match needs.

    90+3
  • Ramos attempts a 25-yard free-kick, but his effort bends just wide of Ryan's goal. Decent attempt.

    90+2
  • Mata almost adds a fourth after attempting to divert Iniesta's pull back into an empty net, but Bresciano's block denies the Spaniard.

    90+1
  • Three minutes of stoppage time here

    90
  • Silva is inches away from adding a fourth after hitting an effort on the half-volley from 20 yards marginally wide of the goal.

    88
  • Centre-back Spiranovic fires in a centre-back's effort from 30 yards, as he fires it high and wide of Reina's goal.

    86
  • Unfortunately for Australia, tiredness has caught up with them and the quality of Spain has been too strong in the final quarter of this game.

    85
  • Torres bursts through on goal and takes on Wilkinson, put his touch is a bit too heavy and it gives Ryan the chance to smother the ball before Torres can hit it on goal.

    84
  • David Silva comes on for Xabi Alonso (Spain).

    83
  • Mata collects a wonderful ball from Fabregas, and the Manchester United midfield nutmegs Ryan from five yards to secure all three points for Spain.

    82
  • 3-0 TO SPAIN! JUAN MATA SCORES!

    81
  • Delay in play here as Albiol is struggling with an injury. Remains to be seen whether he will stay on the field.

    79
  • Alonso pulls down Troisi just over the halfway line, and is lucky to avoid a yellow card.

    78
  • The game has significantly quietened down since Spain's second. Looks like both teams are looking forward to the final whistle.

    77
  • Nice play from Mata who takes on Spiranovic and drills a delivery into the area, but Ryan does well to smother the ball.

    76
  • Australia break on the attack with Troisi but the attack comes to nothing after Ramos puts in a strong challenge on the edge of his area. Aussies looking particularly tired here.

    75
  • Spain look particularly comfortable in containing Australia's attacks. In truth, the Socceroos have really missed Cahill up front.

    73
  • A long-range drive from Troisi almost catches Reina out, but it's always on the rise and it flies over the bar.

    71
  • Oliver Bozanic comes off for Mark Bresciano (Australia)

    71
  • Iniesta, in acres of space, threads a wonderful ball through to Torres who places it beyond Ryan to double Spain's lead. A very easy goal and in truth, very poor defending from Australia.

    69

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