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Vicente del Bosque failed to find the right balance to revitalise Spain, writes Matt Stanger.
Tiki-taka may not be finished but this tired-looking Spain team surely are, writes Ian Watson.
Adam Bate asks whether Iker Casillas can rediscover confidence and form under this spotlight.
What caused Iker Casillas' off night against the Dutch? Guillem Balague looks towards Mr Mourinho...
What now for Spain? However you look at it this was a beating for the ages, writes Adam Bate.
Andy Burton, Jamie Redknapp and a host of other Sky Sports names review the action from Brazil.
Diego Costa, who shunned Brazil for Spain, will be a man in the spotlight, writes Daniel Storey.
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