LaLiga Hoping Luis Enrique can return in September
Robert Moreno guided Spain to another win on Monday night as they beat Sweden 3-0 at the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu, but he’s not hoping to take charge of his country again anytime soon.
Moreno has been standing in during Luis Enrique‘s absence, which is due to some personal problems, but he’s hoping to see the former Barcelona boss return in the not too distant future, with the next set of international fixtures set for September.
“What I want most is that this is the last time I have to be in charge,” he said after the win on Monday.
Despite the three-goal margin, Spain took until after the hour mark to open the scoring through a Sergio Ramos penalty and it wasn’t until five minutes from time that they scored a second, again from the spot.
“Everything went to plan,” Moreno explained.
“We didn’t expect them to be too deep and when a team at this level goes back so far it’s difficult.
“With Rodrigo [Moreno] and the others, we wore them out and then converted the penalties.”
Napoli‘s Fabian Ruiz and Dani Parejo of Valencia controlled things from midfield with two impressive performances.
“Fabian was a sure bet,” he explained.
“We had the numbers and he’s had a spectacular season in Italy.
“We knew what he’d give us and he’s shown it.”