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Del Bosque left lost for words after hammering

AS AS 14/06/2014 As.com

Vicente Del Bosque faced up to the world's media following his side's shock 1-5 defeat to Holland, firstly the FIFA flash interview:

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Analysis: "You have to accept the defeat. I'm not trying to make excuses, but Silva might have scored the second. They equalised and from there on they played on our shoulder and got in behind and were the better side. They were better but we fought. Everyone.

The campaign in South Africa also started with a loss, but this was different... "It's a difficult moment. We've all got to try and find an answer. They had their chances. In the second half we defended well but after it became 1-1 we made it easy for them.

Will there be a revolution? "There can't be a revolution. Hopefully we know how to lose like we know how to win. We must remember that despite the errors we fought hard. You can't do much, just think that this game is in the past and we now have to win all the matches that we have left".

And then the press conference...

Are you considering dropping Iker Casillas for the next game? "It's not a case of finding those responsible. The loss isn't owing to one person's actions, but for the side. Less so, Iker Casillas".

Spainlet in two goals in the last Euros and only three in qualifying. Today five:: “It's unexplainable, I don't have any words. We weren't ourselves at the back but we moved well. We were weak today. You also have to compliment Van Persie and Robben"

Holland: “In the first half we found space, but we couldn't cope with balls over the top. They have got us down, and are understandably ecstatic".

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