Spain coach Enrique said, preparations for the next match against Germany will not be affected

Spain coach Enrique said, preparations for the next match against Germany will not be affected
Spain coach Luis Enrique said Wednesday's 7-0 win over Costa Rico will not affect his team's preparations for their next match against Germany on Sunday. Spain has made a bright start to their 2022 World Cup campaign but their next opponents, Japan, who beat Germany 2-1 on Wednesday, will be hoping for a win in Sunday's match as a defeat could also rule them out.
 
Spain dominated Costa Rica from start to finish, with the goals coming at regular intervals: Dani Olmo opened the scoring, Ferran Torres scored twice and Marcos Asensio, Gavi, Carlos Soler, and Álvaro Morata all scored. Because the Spanish recorded their biggest win in a World Cup final in 1998, breaking their previous record of 6–1.
 
Meanwhile, Gavi's goal at the age of 18 years and 110 days made him the youngest Spanish player to score in a World Cup final.
 
Enrique said, "It was a very special match for us. We insisted on starting in the best possible way and it worked perfectly."
 
Spain usually does not start the tournament well, but in this match, everything went in their favor. Spain was better in almost every aspect of the game.
 
The 52-year-old said the result was important because everything is yet to be sorted out. My aim is to help the team qualify for the next round."
 
It was a different story for Costa Rica coach Luis Fernando Suarez, whose team failed to find a shot throughout the game.
 
"I have to think about what to say to my players when I go to the dressing room. We have to realize what we did wrong and do things completely differently in our next game," Suarez said.
 
Costa Rico will play its next match against Japan on Sunday.

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