Juventus and Spain striker Alvaro Morata believes La Roja’s Euro 2016 group of the Czech Republic, Turkey and Croatia is the hardest.
Morata scored two of La Roja’s six goals against South Korea on Wednesday and later appeared on Al Primer Toque, where he discussed the national team ahead of the tournament.
“The truth is we’re training more to go to Euro 2016. I think the team is well, emotionally and physically. That’s good to start the Euros, which begin very soon and we hope to be like that when we start,” he said, AS reports.
“It’s nice to have this feeling. The truth is there’s a completely different style to what I’m used to, there’s a lot more of the ball and more chances and that is very good to continue to improve and continue to evolve.
“In the end we have to always fight. In Cesc [Fabregas’] goal we were fighting with the goalkeeper and it’s better to fight than not.
“My injury? It was a little difficult with the bocadillo [bad bruise] I got. I’ll have it treated tomorrow and I hope it’s nothing.
“It was a game to prepare for the Euros and it went well. I think in terms of the result we played well, we got the pace of the game again and that’s important. I think our group is the toughest. The truth is it’ll be very difficult but we’re Spain and we’ll go through.”