Jordi Alba Bela Enrique After Spain Knocked Out Against Sweden – 1NEWS

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Jordi Alba Bela Enrique After Spain Knocked Out Against Sweden – Left back for the Spanish national football team, Jordi Alba, believes that La Furia Roja has played well against Sweden in the 2022 World Cup qualifiers.

After losing in the semifinals of Euro 2020 against England on penalties, the Spanish football national team will next face Sweden in the World Cup qualifying group B match on Friday (3/9) early morning WIB.

Playing Friends Arena, Jordi Alba and colleagues started the game well where they were able to score a goal in the 4th minute through Carlos Soler. Unfortunately, a minute later the hosts managed to equalize through Alexander Isak.

In the second half of the match, the Swedish national football team managed to score again and this time from Victor Claesson in the 57th minute. Until the game was over there were no additional goals created, Sweden also won 2-1 and the victory is history for Sweden because it was able to win it for first time in qualifying since 1993.

Spain is indeed superior in possession of the ball 75 to 25 percent and is able to release 12 shots. 4 of them are on goal. After the game Luis Enrique was clearly the one who was blamed for the defeat of La Furia Roja, but Jordi Alba, who is now playing in the Spanish League for Barcelona, ​​did not agree.

Talk to Teledeporte, the player says like in all games when winning or losing must improve. According to him, the idea of ​​​​the coach since arriving is very good and the players have done it perfectly.

Jordi Alba admits his team did lose to Sweden and then there will be more difficult wins. He explained that his team had played well, but the opponent had a chance and managed to do it. He just wanted his team to improve and urged his teammates to carry out the instructions given by the coach.

According to him, Spain should not deserve to lose because they had a good first half. However, in the second half Sweden did play better.

With the defeat against Sweden, Luis Enrique’s team is now in second place in Group B with 7 points in the 2022 World Cup qualifiers for the European zone. Jordi Alba and colleagues will next play Georgia on Monday (6/9) early morning WIB.

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