Skipper Sergio Ramos has dedicated Spain’s Euro 2020 qualification to former boss Luis Enrique, who stepped down earlier this year as his nine-year-old daughter tragically lost her five-month battle with cancer.
La Furia Roja’s captain who became Spain’s most-capped player shared the message on social media ‘Qualification! That’s for you, Luis Enrique!’
The Euro 2012 champions who sealed their place in next year’s tournament after forcing a draw against Sweden yesterday began their Euro 2020 qualifying campaign with Former Barcelona boss Enrique in charge, but he quit the role in June due to personal reasons.
Roberto Moreno was appointed as his replacement and sealed the job Enrique started after leading the side to wins over Romania and Faroe Islands and draws against Norway and Sweden.
Spain became the sixth nation to secure their passage to Euro 2020, Belgium, Italy, Russia, Poland and Ukraine have also booked their spots at next year’s tournament.