Anger might not do justice to the feelings that many Spaniards have after watching the spectacular implosion of La Furia Roja against Chile (and earlier, against the House of Orange).
The Twitter-sphere lit up even before the end of Wednesday’s match, and continued through the night.
Here’s a brief sampling:
Adiós España pic.twitter.com/QYoi7UAC9q
— AE. (@TuEresElMirrrey) June 18, 2014
Mundial para España. pic.twitter.com/YibyMfASue
— Milagros Directioner (@UnDislexico) June 18, 2014
Tika Taka is the name given to the style of play that netted Spain two European Championships and one World Cup
Saben porque a España le fue tan mal? Aquí la razón: pic.twitter.com/ctfDZJ4D5H
— IG: joseenriqm23 (@iUnSimpleJose) June 18, 2014
“You know the reason why Spain went so poorly? Here is the reason” (that’s Justin Bieber, in case you didn’t know)
— Betfair (@Betfair) June 18, 2014
no explanation needed
— FC Barcelona Fl (@FCBarcelonaFl) June 19, 2014
abdicate, of course, refers to King Juan Carlos’ own recent decision to step down from the Spanish throne
— movinmeat (@movinmeat) June 18, 2014
probably can get some Cameroon jerseys pretty cheap too
Someone also got to the Wikipedia page of the Chilean national football team even before the match had ended and added this tidbit:
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