David De Gea of Manchester United, Sergio Ramos of Paris Saint-Germain, and Thiago Alcântara of Liverpool have all been left out of Spain’s World Cup team. Luis Enrique has sought to find a mix between experience and young, bringing in senior players like defender César Azpilicueta and striker lvaro Morata, as well as 18-year-old Gavi and 19-year-old Pedri in midfield.
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Spain has just lost once this season and has topped their Nations League group, defeating Iberian rivals Portugal along the way. The 2010 World Cup champions will have stiff competition from the start, having been placed in Group E alongside Germany, Japan, and Costa Rica.
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