5 Ways in Which Spain's World Cup Failure Will Benefit Barcelona

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5 Ways in Which Spain's World Cup Failure Will Benefit Barcelona
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Although unexpected, Spain's failure in Brazil will help Barcelona.

When Spain crashed out of the World Cup at the group stage, there can't have been too many experts, if any, who had predicted such a fall from grace.

Vicente Del Bosque and his players were looking to create history and become the first-ever side to win four consecutive tournaments.

However, just like reigning champions Italy in 2010, the Spaniards exited stage left in double-quick time.

Despite many declaring "the death of tiki taka" including Charlie Scott of the Daily Mail, the manner of their exit does Barcelona a favour in more ways than one.

Let's take a look at five reasons why the Catalans stand to benefit from Spain's failure.

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