Danilo Turcios of Honduras challenges Xavi Hernandez of Spain during the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa Group H match between Spain and Honduras at Ellis Park Stadium on June 21, 2010 in Johannesburg, South Africa. (Getty Images)more pics »Xavi Hernandez (Getty Images)
Spain is back on track at the 2010 FIFA World cup, taking down Honduras 2:0, with David Villa striking two goals for the team. But is it too little, too late?
Spain is now tied at with Switzlerland for second place in Group H. They'll take on Group H leaders Chlie on Friday. If Spain wins, they would tie Chlie in overall points, meaning the winner of the group be based on goals scored. Chile currently has a plus-two goal differential, while Spain has a plus-one.
Honduras, meanhwile, will take on Switzerland. If Spain loses and the Swiss win, the Swiss team will advance to the knockout round.
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