WORLD CUP 2014: Spain really lost it this time

The past glory did not save Spain against Holland and againat Chile. Their status as 2014 World Cup favourites didn’t save them too.

Sports Live Shock

It has been a globally perceived shock that Spain has crashed out of the 2014 world cup.

For me, it wasn’t really a surprise. The reason is because after their first match with the Netherlands (Holland), I came to the realization that Spain needed a team of encouraging psychologists to boost their psyche.

No national team is guaranteed a spot in the tournament

Going to Brazil was not going to be a guaranteed smooth ride for any of the participating teams. And it wouldn’t have been smooth for Spain too.

Who would have predicted that Chile would knock Spain out of the World cup tournament. This is not good news to the fans and well-wishers of the 2010 FIFA World Cup champions.

The lessons

    Life seeks to express itself in many different creative ways.
    Being at the top is no guarantee you’ll remain there.
    Success needs no assumptions. You have to pay your dues so you can later drink your juice.

Any one can be overtaken in life. When you’re in a competitive environment, keep that in mind.

~ Prosper B. Wealth

2 thoughts on “WORLD CUP 2014: Spain really lost it this time

  1. It’s a disaster to start with, which goes a long way in proving that the best can sometimes become the worst. In other words, nothing lasts forever.


    1. Yes bro. I think it boils down to humility and dedication. Spain let their past glory control their minds.

      Also, about the best becoming the worst, I think this is a great lesson we all have to learn. Whenever people fail to happily do their work, situations like this could arise due to mediocrity.


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