Zaragoza, Sep 23 (EFE) .- Switzerland coach Murat Yakin praised the brilliance of the Spanish team on the eve of their confrontation on the penultimate day of the League of Nations, he appreciated the work of Luis Enrique Martínez, his commitment by young people and a game he says is “appealing”.
“I really appreciate Luis Enrique’s work in the Spanish team, his dedication to young players and the game they play, it’s very attractive. They have created a brilliant team technically,” Yakin analyzed at the press conference ahead of the last. training of Switzerland in La Romareda.
Spain won the last match between the two teams with the minimum (0-1), in a match that Yakin takes as a reference for the European Championship. “We want to go out and put pressure on Spain, as we did in the second part of Geneva. It should be our starting point. We’re going to get on the field where we finished in the last game against them, where I honestly think we deserved at least one point against one of the best teams in the world.”
From that meeting in June, Yakin assures that despite the defeat he has drawn “good conclusions” and pointed out that in Zaragoza he will be regaining important pieces in his team’s structure.
“We know what to expect tomorrow. The last game was not our best moment and we also missed important players. Three months have passed and now everything is different. I have everyone available and fit, we are on our own to continue in Group A of the Nations League,” he estimated.
The Swiss coach does not intend to set anything aside for the final day when he faces the Czech Republic, stating he will bring out his “best eleven” after a week of training during which he took the opportunity to test. “We are not going to do any experiments. I have tried with two systems to be flexible on the playing field and the players are clear about that, they are used to it.