What has been called one of the deepest and most talented fields in history is in Brazil for the 2014 men’s World Cup.
The host team kicked off the monthlong tournament on Thursday against Croatia; that was the lone match of opening day.
But as pool play continues, the spotlight will be shared. In arguably the marquee matchup of the pool play round, 2010 champion Spain will take on that year’s runner-up, the Netherlands, at 1 p.m. Mountain time Friday.
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