Luis Enrique, Spain’s manager, hailed a perfect performance of his side against Germany plus given an update on Sergio Ramos.
In Spain, the team produced a flawless showcase when they thrashed Germany 6-0 to ensure their advancement in the Nations League, said Luis Enrique while also announcing that the injury of Sergio Ramos appears to be minor.
While Alvaro Morata, Rodri, and Mikel Oyarzabal also snatched goals, meaning Spain top Group A4 ahead of their opponents, Ferran Torres scored a hat-trick in a remarkable match on Tuesday.
“Well, the game went perfectly. Everyone plugged in and hit the mark,” former Barcelona coach Luis Enrique told reporters.
“Germany has brought out its best team and I think that from the beginning we have played very well, and it is one of the best and most complete matches of the national team.”
“In the previous matches we were superior, but we had no prize. It will be nice to play in the final four.”
“These players can represent Spain well. We have a group of 30 players who perform very well. Our forwards have a lot of quality, and I wish we had a player who scored a lot of goals, but today we have seen several players score.”
“The injuries are minor and I hope they are out for a short time,” he added.