Pepe Reina was an unused substitute as holders Spain crashed out of the World Cup after a 2-0 defeat by Chile at the Maracana in Rio de Janeiro on Wednesday night.
After their opening day hammering by Holland, Xabi Alonso and co knew a win was a must.
However, Chile had other ideas as they produced a fantastic performance.
1 of 4
They took the lead after 19 minutes when Eduardo Vargas fired past Iker Casillas after superb play by Alexis Sanchez and Charles Aranguiz.
Then an error from Casillas led to a second goal. The Real Madrid stopper chose to punch away a free-kick rather than a simpl catch, and it was punished ruthlessly when Aranguiz brilliantly fired into the net for 2-0.
Chile now join Holland in qualifying for the next stage while Spain finish their 2014 World Cup campaign with a clash against Australia on Monday evening.