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Slovakia boss Vladimir Weiss admitted his side could do nothing to nullify the threat of Holland's Arjen Robben, despite three days of preparation.
The Slovaks exited the 2010 World Cup at the last 16 stage after falling to a 2-1 loss against the Dutch in Durban.
Key Holland winger Robben was making his first start of the tournament and opened the scoring with a fine goal in the first half.
Wesley Sneijder put the game beyond Slovakia while Robert Vittek scored a late consolation from the penalty spot.
Weiss highlighted the display of Robben, saying: "We were preparing for three days for Robben, for his way of playing but he is an absolute genius.
"He really knows what he is doing. When I saw him in the line-up I knew he would make the Dutch line-up 50 per cent stronger and I was correct."
Weiss, though, paid tribute to his charges, adding: "We played with heart and courage and we are proud that we made it to the second round, but the better team advanced.
"The penalty at the end will make us feel better during our flight back home."
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Gabon caused upset as they held Portugal to a draw, while Didier Drogba scored as Ivory Coast triumphed in Austria.
Greece climbed above opponents Slovakia into second spot in World Cup qualifying Group G with a narrow win in Bratislava.
Two goals in the first nine minutes guided Slovakia to victory over Latvia in their 2014 World Cup Group G qualifying clash in Bratislava.
Marek Sapara and Martin Jakubko scored a goal in each half as Slovakia laboured to a 2-0 victory over Liechtenstein in Group G.
Bosnia-Herzegovina put eight past Liechtenstein, Greece overcame Latvia 2-1 and Slovakia held Lithuania to a 1-1 draw.