The World Cup started with a screw-up when Marcelo of Brazil scored an own goal to put his team down. Although he probably would want to chill with those in the future, Marcelo got cut some slack when Brazil beat Croatia 3-1.
But what happened to Spain today? Let Senator Clay Davis break this one down.
Spain's defense got plowed by the Netherlands this afternoon. The country allowed four goals at the 2010 World Cup and the 2012 Euros combined, but it allowed five goals as the Netherlands made light work of them. The defending World Cup champions got embarrassed and Twitter didn't care too much about consoling them. Here are its photos of Spain's defense during the game.