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Against a much weaker opponent, Spain allowed themselves a quiet night in which they satiated their appetite for goals and showed the dedication of their players to Luis Enrique. The team signed a beating against very few Iceland and was limited by off-sports problems from some of its best players. The five goals and high revolutions used throughout the match filled the eyes of the Spanish coach. The best reading he got was that his footballers were used with the intensity that was demanded of him, even though the friendly nature of the match and opponents might invite him to walk. The group is hungry and devoted to their coach. The match was another display of attitude. There is no cease-and-desist under Asturian Koch’s direction. Players are aware that any deviation from the marked script or reduced weapons could mean being dropped from the World Cup roster. This is the only explanation at the rate with which they were used under pressure even with sacks already full of targets. He scored five but played to do more without hesitation. Corua’s fans thank him, he no longer has a chance to watch elite football as Deportivo is sorry for the first RFEF. The last time Spain played in the Riazor was in 2009 with a 5-0 win against Belgium.



Unai Simone, Hugo Gilmone, Laporte, Alba (Marcos Alonso, Min. 58), Azpilicueta (Pedri, Min. 80), Marcos Llorente, Carlos Soler (Gavi, Min. 68), Coke, Yeremy Pino, Dani Olmo (Sarabia, min 58) and Morata (Ferran Torres, min 57)



Runar Runarsson, Alphonse Sampstedt, Daniel Grettersson, Brynjar Björnsson, Magnussen, Stefan Thorderson, Björnsson, Aron Thranderson, Bodvarsson (Sven Aron Gudjnsen, Min. 67), John Dagur Thorsteinsson (Albert Guddson, Min. 67).

aim 1-0 min. 36: Hurt. 2-0 min. 39: Blackberry. 3-0 min. 46: Jeremy Pino. 4-0 min. 60: Sarabia. 5-0 min. 71: Sarabia.

Skittle demanded little of the red, beyond establishing the moment in which the Icelandic wall would fall, a team of centimeters, kilos of muscle, and a little talent. This has probably been the weakest opponent Luis Enrique’s Spain has faced. If Albania was indeed a bonehead, Iceland was far from being a worthy sparse companion. As Morata started the scoring close to the first half hour, the streak of goals went ahead. It was a monologue from this Spaniard who wants to excel in a group of great roasters moving to Qatar.

Morata only repeated the Cornell eleven. The democracy of minutes, established by Luis Enrique so that clubs do not load their players with minutes at the start of the molar part of competitions, allowed us to operate Coke as a midfielder, with Marcos Llorente recovering his groundbreaking interior mold or pleasure Dani Olmo feels like playing Kia when he is with the national team. The Leipzig attacker dares with everything when he wears red. As a midfielder or as a false nine, the same yield sticks to the lime. This time he pleased Riazor with his overflow and his control. It was a field match. Coke, Llorente, Soler and Morata were able to open the can before the Juventus forward culminated in a fine combination in which Soler let the ball pass through the edge of the field, leaving the definite spot visible. The Valencian insider scored three out of five goals and is highly valued as a future World Cup player. To finish his stroke of genius, Morata was eaten by an Icelandic defender before hitting Runerson.

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Shortly after that first goal, Dani Olmo slipped between two defenders and was swept into the box. Morata did not condone the punishment of a football player who does not shrink when he gets the chance to face off. Morata has 25 goals in 52 internationals, he is already the seventh scorer in the history of the national team and has Morientes (27) and Hierro (29) within his reach.

With two goals against, Iceland was already a wreck in the second act. A cross from Jordi Alba was led by Yeremy Pino near the goal line, which showed the level of the goalkeeper and Icelandic defence. They all swallowed the pass from Barca’s side. Spain had already set out in search of victory, with Olmo chasing it. Dribbling is the only possible resource when traffic hits a peak, and he doesn’t hesitate to take it out for a walk. He won most duets and retired screaming congratulations from Luis Enrique.

The exchange fair did not dampen the desire of the Spanish international to maintain the rhythm of the game and widen the gap on the scoreboard. Sarabia, with two goals, was another example of the competitive system established by Luis Enrique. The Sporting de Portugal attacker always gives something to the coach. Like Olmo, he feels that his real performance lies more in the national team than in his club, where he also records twice as many goals and assists. His decision to leave PSG was related to his desire not to miss the national team train and he fights for it every minute he plays.

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