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One of the positive aspects of the World Cups is that there is no time to make blood of the mistakes made, because immediately comes the possibility of revenge. That is, this Saturday rather than thinking about what should have been and was not against Brazil, the mind of the Hispanics is in the clash this Sunday against Poland (20:30, Teledeporte), of which Jordi Ribera highlights that “It is a very balanced and physical team, with a good launch, but in the first shock they had their top gunners at the ends” –

He assures that at this moment he is no longer concerned or occupied with the result against Brazil, because “What was lacking was the rhythm of the competition, without detracting from Brazil, who played a great game. But the initial uncertainty has already been broken and we must be optimistic for the rest of the championship.”

Regarding the importance of the clash against the Poles to qualify for the second round, Ribera is clear that “It was already known that the Spanish group in the World Cup was very complicated, without easy matches”, and that’s why he doesn’t doubt that “Poland will be a very demanding opponent this Sunday.”

Spain, which has successfully passed this Sunday’s PCR, will have to discard two players for tomorrow’s clash. In the first match, it was Goñi and Hernández, the goalkeeper, who stayed in the stands. and the coach stays “With the point achieved in that debut, which has value for the future.”

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