November 27 According to the latest report sent back by the editor-in-chief of the British Independent newspaper Miguel Delaney in Doha, this article he wrote
In the “preview” before the match between Germany and Spain, it also clearly pointed out the differences between Spain and Germany.
One of the rare British journalists with close ties to Spain, he compared Flick to Luis Enrique.
Unlike Flick who wanted to “save” Germany, what Luis Enrique had done had actually completely destroyed Spain’s original idea of football.
The latter felt that the entire ideology of Spanish football was in danger of becoming obsolete and eliminated, so he began to work on introducing a new system and ideas.
It’s something he’s been aware of since he was at Barcelona, along with having Ivan Rakitic and the well-known MSN front duo for more direct passing.
That decision included letting go of some true legends who were no longer at their peak, such as Ramos and De Gea.
Enrique naturally also has motivations of various dimensions. Young players are more inclined to that strong style, but they are also more willing to follow instructions.
That’s crucial for a well-drilled Spanish team.
Enrique started the live broadcast and recruited top talents like Pedri and Gabi, which also shows that he is willing to try different things instead of the orthodox route.
This practice annoyed some people at first, including some players’ agents, but in the end, it may still be a result theory.
It is for these reasons that he now has a very united team.
Spain lacked the angst and nerves of old, as evidenced by Alvaro Morata’s childlike glee as he talked about his first World Cup goal.
Perhaps at least from the pre-match point of view, this is the biggest difference between Germany and Spain in this World Cup.
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