Four Mega Records are set by Spain in Qatar


Four mega records are set by Spain in Qatar

With goals from Dani Olmo, Marco Asensio, and Ferran Torres in the first half, Spain's young team avoided any possibility of an upset just after Japan stunned Germany 2-1 in the other Group E encounter. In the second half, goals from Torres, Gavi, Carlos Soler, and lvaro Morata increased the advantage.

Olmo's goal made Spain the sixth country to score more than 100 goals throughout the World Cup. It was Spain's 100th overall. Spain scored seven goals for the first time ever in a World Cup game, and a side made 1,000 passes in a full 90-minute contest for the first time ever.

Spain became the first European nation to do so in 60 years when it launched Gavi and Pedri, who are both 19 years old, according to data platform Opta.

Behind the United States and Ghana, Spain's revamped lineup in Qatar featured numerous young players, including Gavi and Pedri, who made up the third-youngest team among the 32 nations. Coach Luis Enrique of Spain

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