Santi DeniaSpanish under-21 coach, reckons his team needs to “improve” on what it did “against Hungary”, which it beat on Friday 2-0, if it wants to “get the three points” on Tuesday against Belgium ( 8:00) pm CET, -1 GMT).
“The goal is always to improve on what we did against Hungary. We know we will need it to get the three points tomorrow and meet the goal of leaving with 15 points for Spain,” he said in statements released by Royal Federation Spanish Soccer (RFEF).
“They have speed on the outside, play inside, good exit from the back… we have to do things almost perfectly to get the three points,” he assessed of Belgium.
A Santi Denia who praised the good environment that exists in the concentration. “They are growing as a group, which is very important. Make them feel like they are a family, because when hard times come, that union will help us,” he declared.
In addition, the Spanish U21 coach sent a message of support to Gaviwho suffered a complete cruciate tear and meniscus injury to his right knee on Sunday in Scotland-Georgia (3-1).
“From the U-21 team we want to give Gavi a hug, lots of encouragement and tell him we hope he recovers soon,” he said.
Source: La Verdad
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