The Spanish team came out devastating from the first minute against Costa Rica and thus, thrashed 7-0 for the first day of group F of the Qatar 2022 World Cup. After the game, the coach of the Central American team, Luis Fernando Suárez, expressed his regret for the bulky result against.
The Colombian strategist analyzed the game of the European team. “Spain had the ball, they were brilliant in three quarters of the field and we had no choice. Spain played a superlative game. This explains the defeat. When we had the ball we couldn’t play it, they took it away from us very quickly”he said at a press conference.
“Spain was much more than us and they are superior, but the real difference is not seven goals. Today yes, but not in general (…) Spain has been a favorite since they entered the World Cup, not now. These results give confidence, without a doubt”, he pointed.
On the other hand, Luis Fernando Suárez pointed out that he must leave the defeat in the past and focus on the next game. In this sense, the coach mentioned that they will have to refine details so that the team has a chance of qualifying for the round of 16.
“We have to talk it all out and then forget it. It is clear that we have to do different things to what we did against Spain. We must quickly forget the situation that occurred against Spain. We are affected, deficiency “said the coach with a view to what follows in the contest.
When will Costa Rica play again?
The Costa Rican team will clash on Sunday, November 27, against Japan at 5 pm (Peruvian time). The Asian team arrives motivated by their 2-1 victory over Germany and a new victory would place them in the round of 16 of the Qatar 2022 World Cup.
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