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Luis Enrique asks for asks the fans to support Spain

Sat 13 November 2021 | 21:12

Spain boss Enrique has asked the supporters to help their side against Spain.

Spain

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Luis Enrique

has asked the fans to help their side in their clash against Sweden in their last qualifier for the Qatar World Cup as they sit at the top of Group B after defeating Greece and Sweden’s defeat to Georgia.

Speaking before the crucial game in Seville, Luis Enrique said:

"It is very important to focus on the difficulties we can expect, which will be many. They defend very well. I hope that [the fans] will help us in the delicate moments.

"This will not be a party until the game is over. Our job is to close with a victory, but they are a rival and that will not be easy."

Luis Enrique claimed that he doesn’t need to make any big changes when he was asked if he wants to have a different approach after their defeat against Sweden in their last clash.

"I am not going to change anything beyond nuances. Sweden defends very well and at the top they have fast people, which causes problems against you.

"In the European Championship we were better, and I don't think we deserved the defeat in Stockholm. But football does not know about merits or justice, it only knows about results. That is why we need the public because with them, we are stronger and they are weaker."

And when he was asked if he was worried about Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s possible presence, he said that it is not his problem.

"That's your problem, that of Sweden and its coach, not mine. I have never met Ibra. I don't know him,"

Luis Enrique added

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"The truth is that with Ibra the direct game improves, but that is only part of the attack. Ibra boosts Sweden's long game, but we'll see if he comes out when they give his line-up. If he plays we will try to deactivate him, but 100 per cent it will be impossible."


source: SportMob

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