The Spain coach scored against the Tricolor in the 4-0 win at the 1992 Barcelona Olympic Games
The coach of the Spain national team scored a great goal for the Tricolor in 1992. Taken from @juegosolimpicos
The coach of the Spain national team, Luis Enrique, is breaking stereotypes by becoming a true streamer on his Twitch channel. It should be remembered that days before the start of the Qatar 2022 World Cup, the former Barcelona coach announced that he would open an account on this social network to share with fans.
The bet has been a complete success, since its first transmission connected around 150,000 people who interacted with the coach of the Red, who answered questions from Internet users and even dared to name a favorite to win the World Cup in the event that Spain does not reach the final. “I would like Argentina to win the World Cup. I think Leo Messi deserves the title, a player of his stature deserves it”.
For many, Luis Enrique's new role can be a distraction, however , the Asturian has not put aside his work as a coach, since in the debut in Qatar 2022, Spain gave an absolute dance to the Costa Rican team, which they thrashed 7-0, thus far being the biggest result of the World Cup.
Although the Colombia team is not in Qatar 2022, this It came up in the last live broadcast of the streamer that he remembered when he faced the Tricolor in his time as an active player, when he defended the colors of the Iberian team.
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The 52-year-old Spanish strategist confessed that one of his favorite goals was the one he scored against the Colombian team during the Barcelona 1992 Olympic Games. “I haven't been one to score many spectacular goals, I really liked one that I scored against Colombia in the Olympics. A very cool goal, Kiko gave me a pass, I controlled it with my chest on the edge of the area and I shot the goalkeeper”.
It should be remembered that this match was played on June 24, 1992, with a 4-0 victory for Furia that marked the start of Group B, which also included Qatar and Egypt. The coffee growers only added one point against the Qataris, since in the last day they fell 4-3 against the Pharaohs.
Spain's win over Colombia the home Pep Guardiola, today Manchester City manager, and Francisco Narváez, better known as Kiko, also reported on the scoreboard, while the author of the third goal was Rafael Berges. The Red finished first in the group with a perfect score and beat Italy in the quarterfinals and did the same in the semifinal against Ghana and clinched the gold medal by defeating Poland.
Spain National Team: Toni; Abelardo, Albert Ferrer, Mikel Lasa, Mikel Lasa, Roberto Solozábal, Juanma López, Rafael Berges, Luis Enrique, Pep Guardiola, Kiko; Alfonso
Coach: Vicente Miera
Colombia National Team: Miguel Calero; José Santa, Jorge Patron Bermúdez, Geovanis Cassiani, Diego Osorio; Hernán Carepa Gaviria, John Pelusa Pérez, Harold Lozano; Víctor Aristizábal, Faustino Asprilla, Iván René Valenciano.
Coach: Hernán Darío Bolillo Gómez
The Spaniard marked him a great goal for the Tricolor at the Barcelona 1992 Olympic Games. Taken from @juegosolimpicos