The Netherlands gained revenge for their final defeat in South Africa by thrashing champions Spain 5-1 at the World Cup in Salvador on Friday.
The Spaniards suffered their worst defeat in more than half a century, with a highly contentious penalty.
This is first time a in the history of FIFA world cup a defending champion has conceded five goals in their World Cup opening match.
First time Spain conceded more than five goals in an international since losing 6-2 to Scotland in 1963.
On the other hand, Netherlands have not lost their opening match at a World Cup since 1938.