WSJ: Brazil, naturally. The Netherlands and Argentina? Sure. Even a possible winner from Monday’s mid-morning Chile-Switzerland game wouldn’t be a total stunner. But the fact that those three nations are the only teams in the entire World Cup with two wins after two World Cup games is pretty surprising, given that seven teams went two-for-two in the first two rounds of the 2006 World Cup and that big-ticket national teams like Spain (which lost to Switzerland last week) looked strong coming into the tournament.