Some debate rages as to whether Spain's suffocating style today resembled the "Tiki-Taka" philosophy that garnered them and Barcelona every major trophy in both club and global football. Sometimes the end is not as you dreamed it.
"It's reality that today has been my last match for the national team", he told reporters. 'A marvellous spell is over. "It's a hard moment, one we have been through on various occasions - we weren't capable of going that little bit extra".
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The midfielder started on the bench against Russian Federation, with Fernando Hierro opting to leave him out of the starting XI in favour of Asensio.
"In the second half, we were trying to defend".
"We have a team to keep dreaming", the 32-year-old said on Spain's Telecinco channel.
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But the three-time Major victor responded with a tap-in eagle at the par-five sixth, putting his second shot inches from the cup. His caddie tried to hand him a putter after the shot and Thomas shook him off.
Sergio Ramos was the first Spanish player to talk to the media following Spain's elimination from the World Cup.
He was unable to inspire Spain to victory however as they were beaten 4-3 on penalties by the World Cup hosts.
Rewarded with a sponsor's trophy, Akinfeev acknowledged the part played by an 78,000 crowd in Moscow: "I'm not the man of the match, the man of the match is our team - and our fans".
Was the loss to Belgium a reality check for England?
Having largely had the best chances of the game so far, Belgium appeared set to take things down a notch in the second-half. That meant Gareth Southgate's side finished second and they play Group H winners Colombia on Tuesday (7pm).
From 1950 to 1978 there was something of a goal drought for Spain at the biggest global tournament with only two coming in 1962 in Chile and four in England's tournament held in 1966.