2014 FIFA World Cup – Match Results for Wednesday, June 18, 2014

2014 FIFA World Cup - Russia 1 vs 1Korea
2014 FIFA World Cup - Russia 1 vs 1Korea

 2014 FIFA World Cup

Wed Jun 18, 2014 11:00 a.m. Australia  2  3 Netherlands
Wed Jun 18, 2014 5:00 p.m. Cameroon  0  4 Croatia
Wed Jun 18, 2014 2:00 p.m. Spain  0  2 Chile

 

Australia 2 vs. 3 Netherlands

Australia's Tommy Oar dribbles past Netherlands captain Robin van Persie - Australia 1 vs. 1 Netherlands

Australia’s Tommy Oar dribbles past Netherlands captain Robin van Persie – Australia 1 vs. 1 Netherlands

Netherland's Arjen Robben shoots to score the opener in the 20th minute - Australia 1 vs. 1 Netherlands

Netherland’s Arjen Robben shoots to score the opener in the 20th minute – Australia 1 vs. 1 Netherlands

 

Arjen Robben scores the opener in the 20th minute in Porto Alegre- Australia 2 vs. 3 Netherlands

Arjen Robben scores the opener in the 20th minute in Porto Alegre – Australia 2 vs. 3 Netherlands

Netherlands forward Robin van Persie equalised for the Dutch just four minutes after Jedinak's penalty -  Australia 2 vs. 3 Netherlands

Netherlands forward Robin van Persie equalized for the Dutch just four minutes after Jedinak’s penalty – Australia 2 vs. 3 Netherlands

 

Spain 0 vs. 2 Chile

 

Chile's Alexis Sanchez attempts to dribble past Spain's Jordi Alba and Andres Iniesta - Spain 0 vs. 2 Chile

Chile’s Alexis Sanchez attempts to dribble past Spain’s Jordi Alba and Andres Iniesta – Spain 0 vs. 2 Chile

Spain defender Cesar Azpilicueta attemps a diving header in Rio de Janeiro - Spain 0 vs. 2 Chile

Spain defender Cesar Azpilicueta attemps a diving header in Rio de Janeiro – Spain 0 vs. 2 Chile

 

Cameroon 0 vs. 4 Croatia

2014 FIFA World Cup - Cameroon midfielder Benjamin Moukandjo views for the ball with Croatia midfielder Luka Modric.

2014 FIFA World Cup – Cameroon midfielder Benjamin Moukandjo views for the ball with Croatia midfielder Luka Modric.

2014 FIFA World Cup - Cameroon, Australia and Spain became the first three teams to bow out of the tournament.

2014 FIFA World Cup – Cameroon, Australia and Spain became the first three teams to bow out of the tournament.

2014 FIFA World Cup - Croatia defender Dejan Lovren controls the ball

2014 FIFA World Cup – Croatia defender Dejan Lovren controls the ball

 

 

Schedule courtesy of FIFA.com

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