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Gonzalez: Spain are the danger team

Posted Wednesday, June 23, 2010 by PA80 hits

Chile winger Mark Gonzalez believes his side will be facing the most dangerous team in the World Cup when they take on Spain with both countries attempting to seal their place in the last 16. Chile currently lead Group H, three points ahead of Spain and Switzerland and well clear of Honduras. The Chileans look to be in a strong position but as they face Spain, the South Americans cannot be over...Full Story »

Del Bosque wants more from Spain

Posted Tuesday, June 22, 2010 by PA75 hits

Vicente Del Bosque saw plenty of room for improvement from his Spain side as they gained their first World Cup points with a 2-0 win over Honduras. David Villa scored a goal in each half and missed a penalty in the second period as the European champions recovered from a 1-0 defeat to Switzerland in their opening Group H match. Del Bosque said: "We certainly paved the way for the third g...Full Story »

Villa puts Spain back on track

Posted Tuesday, June 22, 2010 by PA58 hits

David Villa almost had a perfect night as a goal in each half from the new Barcelona recruit helped Spain beat Honduras 2-0 to get their World Cup campaign back on track. A wonderful individual effort in the first half was followed by a goal forged by brilliant movement off the ball in the second. The only thing missing was the hat-trick to crown the performance as he sidefooted wide a s...Full Story »

Villa at the double for Spain

Posted Monday, June 21, 2010 by PA44 hits

David Villa almost had a perfect night as a goal in each half from the new Barcelona recruit helped Spain get their World Cup campaign back on track with a 2-0 win over Honduras. A wonderful individual effort in the first half was followed by a goal forged by brilliant movement off the ball in the second. The only thing missing was the hat-trick to crown the performance as he sidefooted wide a...Full Story »

World Cup Preview: Spain - Honduras

Posted Monday, June 21, 2010 by Goal.com306 hits

The European champions will be expecting to bounce back..... Kick-Off: Monday, June 21, 20:30 CET.Ellis Park Stadium, Johannesburg. Overcoming The Shock At the start of the World Cup, most observers backed Spain to win the competition. However, things got a bit rough for the Spain fans as the European champions suffered a shock 1-0 defeat to Switzerland in their opening game of Group H. La...Full Story »

Spain v Honduras - Puyol: Honduras match akin to a final

Posted Monday, June 21, 2010 by PA166 hits

Carles Puyol accepts Monday's World Cup group match with Honduras is like a "final" for the European champions after their shock defeat to Switzerland in their opening game. Puyol and co were beaten 1-0 by the Swiss in their first Group H match and need a win against the Central Americans to get their campaign back on track, having been touted as one of the pre-tournament favourites. Barcelona...Full Story »

Figueroa predicts pain for Spain

Posted Friday, June 18, 2010 by PA65 hits

Defender Maynor Figueroa is convinced Honduras can inflict more World Cup misery on Spain. The central American side tackle the European champions at Johannesburg's Ellis Park on Monday in a match neither can afford to lose. Honduras were outplayed as they went down 1-0 to Chile on Wednesday but Group H was blown wide open when Switzerland later beat Spain. Figueroa feels tackling the Sp...Full Story »

Fernandes strike sinks Spain

Posted Thursday, June 17, 2010 by PA60 hits

Switzerland stunned European champions Spain in the first big upset at the World Cup with a narrow 1-0 win in the teams' Group H opener in Durban. Despite the Spaniards dominating possession, the Swiss took a surprise lead in the 52nd minute with Gelson Fernandes firing past goalkeeper Iker Casillas. Spain's Xabi Alonso was denied by the crossbar in the 71st minute as his team wasted a h...Full Story »

Fernandes strike stuns Spain

Posted Wednesday, June 16, 2010 by PA46 hits

Switzerland stunned European champions Spain in the first big upset at the World Cup with a narrow 1-0 win in the teams' Group H opener in Durban. Despite the Spaniards dominating possession, the Swiss took a surprise lead in the 52nd minute with Gelson Fernandes firing past goalkeeper Iker Casillas. Spain's Xabi Alonso was denied by the crossbar in the 71st minute as his team wasted a hatful ...Full Story »

Spain eager to light up World Cup

Posted Wednesday, June 16, 2010 by PA89 hits

Spain coach Vicente del Bosque heads into his team's opening Group H game against Switzerland on Wednesday believing South Africa's tournament can still be remembered as the best World Cup of all time. Del Bosque said he and his players are determined to help make the tournament a success so the people in the host country, and all of Africa, have something to be proud of. He said: "We ha...Full Story »

Iniesta set for Spain’s opener

Posted Wednesday, June 16, 2010 by YAHOO Sport120 hits

DURBAN, SOUTH AFRICA(AP) —Spain midfielder Andres Iniesta likely will be available for the Group H match against Switzerland after taking part in a full training session. Iniesta took the field at Moses Mabhida Stadium for the 60-minute session Tuesday, a day after completing his first full practice for the European champions since injuring his right leg in a 6-0 win over Poland last week...Full Story »

Silva keeps his focus on Spain

Posted Saturday, June 12, 2010 by PA87 hits

David Silva insists his thoughts are focused solely on Spain's World Cup campaign and not on where he might be playing his club football next season. The highly-rated Valencia midfielder, who will be hoping to be part of Spain's starting line-up for their opening match in South Africa against Switzerland on Wednesday, has long been the subject of intense transfer speculation and this summer has...Full Story »

Ruthless Spain hammer Poland

Posted Wednesday, June 09, 2010 by PA54 hits

Fernando Torres made a scoring return from injury as Spain thrashed Poland 6-0 in their last warm-up match before departing for the World Cup. Torres came on after 66 minutes and showed no ill effects from the injury which had seen him miss the end of the season with Liverpool, but Andres Iniesta went off with a thigh problem in the first half. Barcelona midfielder Iniesta brilliantly se...Full Story »

Navas gives Spain victory

Posted Friday, June 04, 2010 by PA74 hits

Jesus Navas struck a stunning winner as Spain left it late once again before recording a narrow 1-0 World Cup warm-up victory over South Korea. Five days after Fernando Llorente's injury-time effort earned Spain a 3-2 win over Saudi Arabia, Navas popped up four minutes from time to slam an unstoppable 25-yard effort into the top corner of the net for the only goal of the match in Innsbruck....Full Story »

Int'l Friendly: Spain - South Korea

Posted Thursday, June 03, 2010 by Goal.com427 hits

La Furia Roja will want to cement their status as one of the World Cup favourites when they meet the Taegeuk Jeonsa... Kick Off: Thursday, June 3, 2010. 18:00 CETTivoli Neu, Innsbruck, Austria Saudi Scare Spain remain one of the outstanding favourites to claim the World Cup this summer, having shaken their reputation for big tournament flopping in magnificent style by claiming Euro 2008 two...Full Story »

Spain’s Marchena sets mark with 50 unbeaten games

Posted Sunday, May 30, 2010 by YAHOO Sport62 hits

Spain defender Carlos Marchena has set a new record of 50 straight games without defeat in Spain’s 3-2 victory over Saudi Arabia in a World Cup warmup. Marchena overtook Brazil great Garrincha, who was unbeaten in 49 consecutive matches from 1955-66. Marchena is not a regular starter for the European champions and came on as a substitute for Sergio Ramos in the 61st minute Saturday. Spa...Full Story »

Spain 3-2 Saudi Arabia

Posted Sunday, May 30, 2010 by Goal.com264 hits

The Athletic Bilbao forward's late header handed the win to Del Bosque's sloppy side... An injury time winner from Fernando Llorente gave Spain a 3-2 win over a resolute Saudi Arabia side in this afternoon's World Cup warm-up match. Osama Hawsawi have given the Saudis a shock lead, but goals from David Villa and Xabi Alonso edged La Roja into the lead. Al Namre's freak goal brought the score...Full Story »

Torres returns to Spain training

Posted Friday, May 28, 2010 by teamtalk.com66 hits

Fernando Torres has taken another step towards recovering from injury by training with Spain's World Cup squad for the first time.. The Liverpool striker underwent knee surgery last month and was back in action on Thursday at Spain's training camp just outside Madrid. Torres had surgery on damaged cartilage in his right knee and his recovery is slightly ahead of schedule. The 26-year-old...Full Story »

Torres boost for Spain

Posted Friday, May 28, 2010 by PA65 hits

Fernando Torres handed Spain a lift on the eve of their departure for a World Cup training camp in Austria by working with the rest of the squad for the first time since knee surgery. The Liverpool striker went under the knife on April 18 to repair torn cartilage in his right knee and appears well on target to return inside the six-week rehabilitation period forecast by his doctors. The 26-yea...Full Story »

Torres aims for Spain opener

Posted Tuesday, May 25, 2010 by PA54 hits

Fernando Torres is optimistic about his chances of being fully fit for the start of Spain's World Cup campaign. The Liverpool striker underwent an operation on torn cartilage in his right knee in April but insists the recovery is going well and suggests he is on target to be available for Spain's opening match in South Africa, which is against Switzerland on June 16. Torres, who also underwent...Full Story »

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