Friday, June 13, 2014

Second day of Mundial brings spectacle and match Spain - Netherlands

Second day of Mundial brings spectacle and match Spain - Netherlands
During the second day of the World Cup in Brazil will be played three matches of which one a big derby between Spain and the Netherlands

Scheduled second day of the World Cup in Brazil are three matches, one from Group A Mexico - Cameroon and two from Group B Spain - Netherlands and Chile - Australia.

Mexico and Cameroon will within the group A, at 18:00 pm by Middle European time, play their just second mutual match. In the first match of the two teams, Mexico celebrated the minimum win. Both teams want to come to a victory in the opening championship to make themselves a chance to go to the next round of Mundial in Brazil.

The match will be played at the Estadio das Dunas, capacity 38,958 spectators. Main referee of the match is Colombian Wilmar Roldan assistants Humberto Clavia and Eduardo Diaz.

The first group B match between Spain and the Netherlands, which plays in 21 pm by Middle European time, promising a spectacle for football fans. Defenders of the title of world champion Spaniards will the first game to have a real test against the Netherlands. Both teams want to win first place in the group in order to in knockout rounds avoid Brazil which is the favorite to win the first place in Group A.

Mutual matches, ten of them, promising fans a real spectacle. Spain has recorded five wins and four Netherlands while is just one match ended a draw. A total of ten games scored 27 goals so fans can hope for a good meeting with a lot of goals.

The game will played in the Arena Fonte Nova, the capacity of 51,708 spectators, in El Salvador. The game will judge the renowned Italian referee Nicola Rizzoli and his assistants will be Renato Faveran and Andrea Stefani.

In the second match of group B will play Chile and Australia. The game starts exactly at midnight by Middle European time. In the four previous mutual duel Chile was more successful. South Americans, which in this meeting are valid for the favorites, are celebrated three victories with one drawn match.

The host of this meeting will be the Pantanal Arena, capacity 39,859 spectators in Ciuabi. Main referee of the meeting is Moumandiez Doue from the Ivory Coast with assistants Songuifolo Yeo and Jean Claude Birumushahu.

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