We're back on the route to victory - Jose Enrique
La Furia Roja scored six goals against Germany to top Group.
Luis Enrique was enthused by his side’s performance yesterday speaking out that Spain did not deserve to lose a single game in their Group.
Spain thrashed Germany 6-0 in the Nations League tournament at the Estadio de la Cartuja – Ferran Torres scored a hat trick, Alvaro Morata, Rodri and Mikel Oyarzabai were also on the scoresheet to move the La Furia Roja to top of the Group with 11 points trailed by Germany with nine.
Enrique spoke with delight his side deserved more on the night after such devastating results.
"Happiness and joy," Luis Enrique described his emotions at full time. "It's a reinforcement for the players. We're back on the route to victory. Now it's time to enjoy this moment.
"We felt that there wasn't a single game we deserved to lose [in the group stages]. We've scored 13 goals and conceded three - they're the numbers. We've deserved more in this group phase.
Spain suffered defeat in the hands of Ukraine last month in the Nations League and played a 1-1 draw with Switzerland, a match Sergio Ramos missed two penalty kicks to deny victory. The manager reflected the assessments of the media benefitted his team and comments played a role in their hefty victory against stronger opposition in world football.
"We know which country we're in. We accept the criticism. We ignore a lot of it. We'll be neither so good nor so bad when it comes to talking about the lack of goals.
"I don't think the criticism was unfair. We have to know how to live with it and with opinions. From the fans, all we've felt is love. It's a shame that we couldn't have people in the stands [tonight]."
Sergio Ramos and Sergio Canales limped off the game in the first half and the manager spoke concern for the boys saying he feels bad for their clubs.