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first_imgGroup B: Chile vs. AustraliaChile came out with two quick goals in the first half, but then the Chileans found themselves having to hang on against the lowest ranked team in the World Cup. Australia got one goal back, and missed a few chances to equalize before Chile broke through again late to finish off the Socceroos, 3-1. Lluis Gene/AFP Javier Soriano/AFP Javier Soriano/AFP Pierre-Philippe Marcou/AFP Group B: Spain vs. NetherlandsThe Netherlands got their revenge on Spain in this rematch of the 2010 World Cup final. While Spain struck first on a penalty, the Dutch responded with five unanswered goals to take the 5-1 victory. Netherlands’ first goal, an astounding diving header by Robin Van Persie, might be the best goal anyone will see all tournament. Javier Soriano/AFP Cristophe Simon/AFP Pierre-Philippe Marcou/AFP William West/AFP Facebook Commentscenter_img Juan Barreto/AFP Yuri Cortez/AFP Juan Barreto/AFP Host Brazilkicked off the 2014 World Cup on Thursday with a 3-1 win over Croatia. Three more matches took place today (with four slated for Saturday, including Costa Rica vs. Uruguay at 1 p.m.). Here are the best shots from all of Friday’s games.See the full schedule for the group stage of the World Cup here.Group A: Mexico vs. CameroonAfter having their first two goals disallowed, Mexico finally got one that counted in the second half against Cameroon. El Tri  then held on for the 1-0 victory. Martin Bernetti/AFP Juan Barreto/AFP Pierre-Philippe Marcou/AFP Emmanuel Dunand/AFP Related posts:World Cup couch potatoes hurting retail sales Brazilian police crack down on pre-World Cup protest Flying Dutchman Robin Van Persie with the best goal of the World Cup so far Costa Rica can go far, says coach Pintolast_img

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