After losing 5-1 to the Netherlands, Spain lost again on Wednesday by Chile by a score of 2-0. As a result, Spain is eliminated from advancing in the World Cup. Chile and the Netherlands will advance from the group, while Spain and Australia are officially out.

Spain's shortcomings were much a result of Chile's spectacular play as well as Spain's good players playing a poor game, as well as a whole lot of bad ball luck (I couldn't resist). As ESPN dramatically put it many times, this ends a significant reign by Spain. It also guarantees a new World Cup champion this year. 

Eduardo Vegas scored Chile's first goal in the 20th minute:

Charles Aránguiz put Chile up 2-0 in the 45th minute:

A big save by Chile's goalkeeper late in the game. He made a few great saves to help his team defeat Spain.

Here is Spain's coach summarizing the game for his team

Spain is the first defending champion to lose their first two matches the following tournament. 

Congratulations to Chile!