Little by little, by dropper, the players summoned by the coach Luis Enrique Martínez who will face the next matches of Spain joined the concentration of the Las Rozas Football City, where they will prepare the friendly against the Netherlands and the duels corresponding to the League of Nations against Switzerland and Germany.
The first to appear was Álvaro Morata, who returned to the Luis Enrique squad after completing a good month of October and a good start to November. The Juventus striker again celebrated goals and his victims, Crotone, Dinamo Kiev, Spezia and Ferencvaros conceded up to six goals from the Spanish international.
It was not missing either the newcomer Marcos Llorente, cited for the first time with Spain, as well as other names that also counted again for Luis Enrique after his last absences such as Koke Resurrection and Iñigo Martínez.
The player of the Real Madrid Marco Asensio, last minute substitute of the injured Ansu Fati, that suffered a torn meniscus during the match that the Barcelona in front of Betis. Y Héctor Bellerín, who occupied the Plaza de Jesús Navas because of a mishap he suffered in the groin during Sevilla-Osasuna.
With the captain Sergio Ramos to the head, the other 18 players called up went without problems to the place of concentration and as of this Monday they focus on preparing the next three games of the Spanish selection.
The first, which will play this Wednesday against the Netherlands at the Johan Cruyff Arena in Amsterdam with the challenge of win for the first time to the “oranje” box at home. He has tried it up to four times and always failed with defeats in 1973 (3-2), 1983 (2-1), 2002 (1-0) and 2015 (2-0).
Afterwards, he will face the first of the two matches of the League of Nations. It will be against Switzerland on Saturday the 14th at the St. Jakob-Park stadium in Basel. The second, against Germany, will be played on Tuesday 17 at the La Cartuja Stadium in Seville.
Spain starts in the first position of group 4 of League A with seven points, one more than Germany and Ukraine and five more than Switzerland. In their next commitments, Luis Enrique’s men will decide their future in a competition that, for now, Poland, Belgium and Portugal dominate in the other three groups that can fight for the title.