Francesc Fabregas (C) and Mario Suarez (R) of Spain react after the second goal by the Netherlands during their international soccer friendly match at the Amsterdam Arena March 31, 2015. REUTERS/Toussaint Kluiters/United Photos
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Although Spain's 2-0 reverse to Netherlands Tuesday brought back bitter memories of their disastrous 2014 World Cup, coach Vicente del Bosque will not be too worried about a third straight friendly defeat for La Roja.Netherlands, whose 5-1 drubbing of Spain in the group stage in Brazil last year marked the end of the Iberian nation's six-year domination of the world game, scored two early goals at the Amsterdam arena and held on against some determined Spain pressure in the second half for a 2-0 success. Slovakia are the surprise leaders in qualifying Group C thanks to a 2-1 win over Spain in Zilina in October and have a maximum 15 points from five of 10 matches.
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