Vicente del Bosque believes South Korea will pose a threat to Spain in Wednesday’s pre-Euro 2016 friendly.
It’s the first for La Roja after the Coach confirmed his 23-man squad for France and sees Del Bosque opposed by Uli Stielike in the dugout, a former Real Madrid teammate and four times voted the best foreign player in La Liga.
“I’ve had a relationship with Uli for many years, we were at Madrid for five or six seasons and it was always perfect,” Del Bosque recalled, AS reports.
“South Korea are a team that are evolving and it’s sure to be a good game for a friendly. They’re a team that combines well, plays without complexes, goes forward and creates danger. They’re evolving and they’re physically gifted.”