World Cup 2022 highlights: Spain steamrolls Costa Rica 7-0

Spain take care of business and then some as 2022 FIFA World Cup Wednesdays continue on FOX, throttling costa rica A 7-0 dominant performance, with goals from six different players. This wonderful performance refreshed the Spanish team’s scoring record in a single game in the World Cup.

earlier, the weak morocco Compete for the 2018 runner-up croatia a scoreless tie, and Japan stunned Germany Won 2-1 thanks to two late goals.

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Here are the main highlights of the Spanish Masterclass!

spain v costa rica

Enrique believes in his team

Spain have had mixed results in recent World Cups since winning the title in 2010. In 2018, Spain was upset by host Russia in the round of 16. In 2014, they failed to qualify for the group stage. This year’s squad is full of young talent, with a total of nine players coming from powerhouses Barcelona and Real Madrid. Former Spain coach Luis Enrique believes his squad has what it takes to bring Spain back to World Cup glory.

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Costa Rica sings proudly and loudly

Costa Rica is participating in the World Cup for the third time in a row, even reaching the quarter-finals in 2014. Yet its players still soaked up the moment and showed their national pride during their national anthem.

5′ – Missed chance for Spain

Dani Olmo had a clear sight of the goal after a brilliant pass, but his shot went off target and missed Spain’s chance to take an early lead.

11′: Dani didn’t miss this time!

Some fine work by Olmo inside the box sent Keylor Navas out of the net, and Olmo scored a superb goal past the Costa Rican keeper to give Spain a 1-0 lead.

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Spain’s Dani Olmo scored in the 11th minute against Costa Rica

Spain's Dani Olmo scored in the 11th minute against Costa Rica

Olmo’s goal was also historic because Spain’s 100th goal in the history of the FIFA World Cup.

21′: Asensio’s goal makes it 2-0

Marco Asensio fired in a superb cross from Jordi Alba to add another goal for Spain.

Spain’s Marco Asensio scores in 21 minutes against Costa Rica

Spain's Marco Asensio scores in 21 minutes against Costa Rica

31′: Spain is rolling

Ferran Torres’ penalty gave Spain a 3-0 lead and the Spaniard quickly turned the game into a rout.

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

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

54′: Batting start

A touch from Torres and a fine pass from his left foot gave the Spanish striker his second goal of the day, before Costa Rica’s goal was soon too late.

Spain’s Ferran Torres scores in the 54th minute against Costa Rica

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

75′: Gavi joins the party!

FC Barcelona star Garvey scored his first World Cup goal for Spain, making the 18-year-old the youngest Spaniard ever to score on the stage and the third youngest ever World Cup shooter. It was Garvey’s third national team goal in 14 appearances for Spain.

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Spain’s Garvey made history with a 74th-minute goal against Costa Rica

Spain's Garvey made history with a 74th-minute goal against Costa Rica

90′: Spain equals the record!

Carlos Soler’s 90th-minute goal equaled Spain’s record for most goals scored in a World Cup match.

Spain’s Carlos Soler scored six goals in 90 minutes against Costa Rica

Spain's Carlos Soler scored six goals in 90 minutes against Costa Rica

93′: Spain breaks record

That’s fast! Alvaro Morata’s goal after just three minutes gave Spain their all-time high for the most goals scored in a World Cup match by the Spanish men’s national team.

Spain’s Alvaro Morata scores 7th goal in 90+2′ against Costa Rica

Spain's Alvaro Morata scores 7th goal in 90+2' against Costa Rica

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