The best images of the World: day 7

The best images of the World: day 7
Cahill scored the World Cup goal and received a yellow card for inflicting an assault on a Dutch player who ended up shocked in hospital.

The elimination of Spain, current champion, marked the seventh day of competition and marked the end of a cycle for a glorious generation. It was not the only highlight of the day. Holland beat Australia 3-2 in a great match and Croatia to Cameroon thus putting Brazil in the round of 16.

Cahill marcó el gol de Mundial y vio una amarilla por propinar  una agresión a un jugador holandés que acabó conmocionado en el hospital. Cahill scored the World Cup goal and received a yellow card for inflicting an assault on a Dutch player who ended up shocked in hospital.
Cahill scored the World Cup goal and saw a yellow card in a play where the player Martins Indi was KO after accidentally hitting his head in the fall.
If there is a footballer for whom the years do not pass, that is Robben.
If there is a footballer for whom the years do not pass, that is Robben.
Bravo celebrated the classification of his team and his signing for Barcelona.
Bravo celebrated the classification of his team and his signing for Barcelona.

 

Another end of cycle sounded. Cameroon thrashed by Croatia. Eto'o says goodbye to the World Cup through the back door.
Another end of cycle sounded. Cameroon thrashed by Croatia. Eto'o and company say goodbye to the World Cup through the back door.
The end of a generation. The defeat of Spain against Chile.
The end of a generation. The defeat of Spain against Chile.
Julio Muñoz

Julio Muñoz

Journalist, specialist in international football and retro. I write in Colgadosporelfutbol.com and you can follow me at @ juliomv1982

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