Former Spain Coach, Sacked After Qatar Failure, Wants Messi To Win World Cup
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Former Spain Coach, Sacked After Qatar Failure, Wants Messi To Win World Cup

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La Roja scored seven goals in their opening match against Costa Rica, which was an amazing performance, but they lost their next three games and were eliminated.

La Roja scored seven goals in their opening encounter against Costa Rica, which was an amazing performance, but they lost their next three games and were eliminated.
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Former Spain coach Luis Enrique has identified the man he believes should have had more playing time during the competition. After Spain’s Round of 16 loss to Morocco on penalties, Enrique’s contract was not renewed. La Roja scored seven goals in their opening encounter against Costa Rica, which was an amazing performance, but they lost their next three games and were eliminated.

Enrique, according to a source in The Daily Mail, claimed on Monday night’s episode of Ibai Llanos’ Twitch Stream that Pablo Sarabia, a PSG forward, should have played more than the five minutes he did against Morocco.

“Pablo Sarabia, in my opinion, merited more time than the five I provided him. I might possibly have started him right now. I don’t believe in self-punishment, but we would have undoubtedly lost the same way. However, in terms of justice, he deserved it “Enrique is cited as having said.

Despite without naming the individual, he added that he felt he shouldn’t have chosen one player based on their World Cup performance.

Since winning the 2010 FIFA World Cup, Spain has failed to go past the Round of 16 stage.

Enrique, who oversaw FC Barcelona near the end of Messi’s illustrious stint there, expressed his desire for the Argentine to take home the World Cup.

Because of what Messi means to football, he continued, “I want Messi to win the World Cup.”

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