Liking, scoring and winning is like the Selection of Spain debuted in the Qatar 2022 World Cup. They forcefully seized the leadership of the Group F with the victory of seven goals to nil over their counterpart from Costa Rica.
In the compromise concluded in the Al Thumama StadiumDani Olmo opened the Spanish account at minute 11, a goal that earned Spain a hundred goals in World Cups. With the 7-0 against the Costa Ricans, they reached 106 goals in World Cup tournaments.
Just 10 minutes after what Olmo had done, Marco Asensio scored the second goal and another 10 minutes later, Ferran Torres effectively took the third from the penalty spot.
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The response from the Ticos was not present despite their efforts to deploy in attack during the second half, and it was at minute 54 that Ferran Torres met the rival goal again to make it 4-0.
Without mercy, the European offensive continued to do the same and the historic win came to fruition with goals from Gavi at minute 74, Carlos Soler at 90 and Álvaro Morata at 92.
With a view to replicating their 2010 South African championship, the Europeans demonstrated the offensive power with which they arrive in the Middle East.
The next Spanish commitment will be on Sunday, November 27 at 1:00 p.m. in Mexico, against a Germany in need of victory after their surprise defeat at the hands of Japan 2 goals to one.
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The teams that exceed 100 goals in World Cups
Spain became the sixth national representative to reach the figure of 100 goals scored in World Cups. The select list is also made up of Brazil, Germany, Japan, Argentina, England and France.