What is the true “day”?
Chile has put social networks on the warpath. Chileans, historically nicknamed ” The Red”, They have released a video with almost epic overtones, literally challenging Spain and its fans in the match that will face them in Maracana in the World Cup in Brazil. 2014. The video, that recalls Chile's participation in the World Cups, calls the Spanish team a team without identity. In Hung up for football we review the data of both teams and then ask you the following question: What is the true “day”?
Chile has participated in eight World Cups (1930, 1950, 1962, 1966, 1974, 1982, 1998 Y 2010) and that of Brazil will be its World Cup. Chile's highest achievement in a World Cup was third in the World Cup. 1962 celebrated precisely in the South American country. His other World Cup appearances have been almost testimonial after the first round.. If we go to his domestic tournament, Copa America, Chile's greatest achievement has been second four times (1955, 1956, 1979 Y 1987) in thirty-five participations. He has never participated in the Confederations Cup. At the Olympics, Chile has participated four times (1928, 1952, 1984 Y 2000), being his best result the bronze medal in those disputed in Sydney. At the Sub level 20, his maximum achievements are two runners-up.
Spain has played thirteen World Cups (1934, 1950, 1962, 1966, 1978, 1982, 1986, 1990, 1994, 1998, 2002, 2006 Y 2010) and that of Brazil will be number fourteen. The maximum Spanish achievement is the World 2010 in which they were proclaimed world champions and conquered the star that today shine above the shield, something available to very few. In 1950, the Spanish team conquered fourth place and in 2002 the fifth. If we go to his domestic tournament, Spain was champion in three Eurocopas ( 1964, 2008 Y 2012). He has participated in two editions of the Confederations Cup, being runner-up in 2013.
At the Olympics, Spain has participated seven times ( 1920, 1924, 1928, 1992, 1996, 2000 Y 2012) conquering the Trophy in 1992 and a second place twice in 1920 Y 2000. At the Sub level 20, Spain won the Sub World Cup 20 in 1999 a Nigeria.
CHILE: Third place in the Chile World Cup 1962, 4 America's Cup runners-up (1955, 1956, 1979 Y 1987), third place at the Sydney Olympics 2000 Y 2 World U-20 runners-up
SPAIN: 1 world (2010), 3 Eurocopas (1964, 2008 Y 2012) , 1 JJOO (1992), 1 Mundial Sub 20 (Nigeria 1999) Y 2 Olympics runners-up (1920 Y 2000)
The video as you have seen, speaks of the Spanish team as a team lacking identity. The truth is that seeing the records of both teams the history of the Spanish team is quite long, far exceeding the Chilean titles.. Another thing is the historical theme of “The Red” and the “Red Fury”. We leave the answer to you. Votad.