Switzerland delivered the first shock of the World Cup on air force shoes on saleWednesday by flooring heavyweights Spain 1-0 while host nation South Africa were staring elimination in the face after a 3-0 defeat to Uruguay. The skilful Spanish have been described as "the team of the century" in the run-up to the tournament but Switzerland soaked up waves of attacks from the European champions and struck through Gelson Fernandes in the 52nd minute in Durban. The Cape Verde-born midfielder bundled the ball into the netNike Dunk Shoes on sale past Spain goalkeeper Iker Casillas and only a post denied Eren Derdiyok a second Swiss goal against a nervy Spain at the Moses Mabhida Stadium. The Spanish brought on Liverpool striker Fernando Torres asVibram Five Fingers on sale a second-half substitute as they desperately sought an equaliser, but almost constant pressure failed to pay off in a desperately disappointing start to their campaign. "It is a historic victory," said Switzerland's experienced coach Ottmar Hitzfeld. "We haven't beaten Spain for such a long time. We have taken a step towards the second round, but now more will be expected of us." Spain coach Vicente Del Bosque admitted: "We may not have shown our true personality as a team." "Today was just not our day," he said. "We have twoMBT Shoes on sale group matches ahead of us and have to find a way to win both of them." The first of those Group H games comes against Honduras onNike Air Jordan Shoes Monday, while the Swiss will hope to build on their fine start when they face Chile the same day. Uruguay's Diego Forlan blasted a stunning long-range goal and added a penalty as the South Americans outclassed South Africa in a 3-0 win in Pretoria which also featured the sending-off of South African 'keeper Itumeleng Khune. He was shown the red card after tripping Uruguay striker Luis Suarez, and Forlan confidently converted the penalty before Alvaro Pereira sealed the win in stoppage time. After the hope generated by their draw with Mexico inNike Air Max Shoes the tournament opener, South Africa's defeat leaves them with a struggle to avoid becoming the first World Cup host nation to fail to get through the first stage. South Africa coach Carlos Alberto Parreira insisted his team had deserved better. "The result doesn't reflect what happened inNike Air Force Shoes the match. But Uruguay are a good team with good players, like Forlan. "Their experience told at important moments. Our hopes are not over. We need to beat France, but we will have to be more aggressive." Uruguay moved top of the Group A standings on four air forcepoints, with rivals France and Mexico set to meet on Thursday. In the day's other match, Chile ended a 48-year wait forair force shoes a World Cup victory with a 1-0 victory over Honduras after Jean Beausejour steered in a Mauricio Isla cross. Chilean supporters had suffered a 13-match winless run Nike Dunk Shoesspanning four tournaments since defeating Yugoslavia to finish third as 1962 hosts behind Brazil and Czechoslovakia. As England prepared to face Algeria on Friday after their stuttering start against the United States, striker Wayne Rooney said he had seen nothing from World Cup rivals to strike fear into his team. "I have not seen anyone we should be afraid of. All the games I have watched so far have not been that exciting," said the Manchester United star.Air Jordan 4 Air Jordan 5 Air Jordan 6 Air Jordan 7 Air Jordan 8