World Cup 2022 best matches: Spain beat Costa Rica 7-0

Spain Take care of the profession and then some 2022 FIFA World Cup Continued Wednesday on Fox, Throttling Costa Rica 7-0 in a dominant display with goals from six different players. The spectacular performance set a new record for Spain’s goals in a World Cup.

Previously, the underdog Morocco 2018 was the runner-up Croatia A scoreless draw, and Japan Stunned Germany with two late goals for a 2-1 win.

Here are the best highlights from Spain’s masterclass!

Related: Japan smothered Germany as World Cup underdogs continue to roar

You can watch this game and Every match of the tournament on Fox Sports Family Networks — the tournament’s official English-language broadcast partner in the United States — and the FOX Sports app and FOXSports.com. You can too Stream full-match replays on Doobi for free.

Here are the best plays from Wednesday’s group stage action.

Spain vs. Costa Rica

Enrique believes in his team

Since winning it all in 2010, Spain has had mixed results in recent World Cups. In 2018, Spain were upset by host nation Russia in the round of 16, and in 2014, they did not advance to the group stage. This year’s squad is full of young talent with a total of nine players from powerhouse clubs FC Barcelona and Real Madrid. Manager Luis Enrique, a former Spanish national team player, thinks he has what it takes to lead Spain back to World Cup glory.

Costa Rica sings loud and proud

Costa Rica is in its third consecutive World Cup and even qualified for the quarterfinals in 2014. However, its players still soaked in the moment and showed their country’s pride during their national anthem.

See also  Buffalo Blizzard 2022: Lake-effect snow buries northern New York

5′ – Missed chance for Spain

Dani Olmo Got a clean look at goal after a brilliant pass, but his shot went wide of the target in a huge missed opportunity for Spain.

11′: Dani doesn’t miss this time!

Some fancy footwork from Olmo in the box brought Navas out of the net and Olmo slotted the ball past the Costa Rica keeper to give Spain a 1-0 lead.

Spain’s Dani Olmo scores against Costa Rica in the 11′.

Olmo’s destination is historic Spain’s 100th goal in FIFA World Cup history.

21′: Asensio’s strike makes it 2-0

Marco AsensioFrom a large cross laser off Jordi Alba Spain added another goal.

Spain’s Marco Asensio scores against Costa Rica in the 21st minute.

Spain's Marco Asensio scores against Costa Rica in the 21st minute.

31′: Spain are rolling

Ferran TorresThe penalty kick gave Spain a 3-0 lead and the Spaniards quickly turned the match into a rout.

Spain’s Ferran Torres scores against Costa Rica in the 31st minute.

Spain's Ferran Torres scores against Costa Rica in the 31st minute.

54′: The beat down is on

Torres’ touch and a great ball on his left foot gave the Spaniards their second goal of the day and it was soon enough late for Costa Rica.

Spain’s Ferran Torres scores against Costa Rica in the 54′.

Spain's Ferran Torres scores against Costa Rica in the 54'.

75′: Kavi joins the party!

FC Barcelona event the poet Acting with his first World Cup goal for Spain, the 18-year-old Spaniard became the youngest Spaniard to score on this stage and the third-youngest World Cup goalscorer of all time. It was Kavi’s third international goal in 14 appearances for Spain.

See also  William and Kate received the titles of Prince and Princess of Wales from King Charles

USWNT Legend and Fox analyst Carly Lloyd liked what she saw from the Spaniards in their World Cup opener.

90′: Spain equalize the record!

Carlos SolerThe 90th-minute strike equaled Spain’s record for most goals in a World Cup match.

93′: Spain break the record

It was so quick! Alvaro MorataThe goal after just three minutes gave Spain a new record for most goals scored at a World Cup in the history of the Spanish men’s national team.

Read more from World Cup:

Check out the full World Cup schedule and how to watch every match live Here.


Get the most out of FIFA World Cup 2022 Follow your favorites to get updates on games, news and more



Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.