An upset-packedcontinues Wednesday on FOX with facing , and we’ve got you covered with every must-see moment from start to finish!
Earlier, underdogbattled 2018 runner-up to a scoreless draw and stunned with two late goals for a 2-1 victory.
Spain, the 2010 World Cup champion, will look to avoid a similar fate. The Spaniards are heavily favored () to win against a Costa Rica squad that failed to make it past the group stage in 2018. Costa Rica, however, will try to replicate the formula that Japan and have used by leaning on stellar goalkeeper play from star , who has a long career of European club experience with and .
You can watch this game andfamily of networks — the tournament’s official English-language broadcast partner in the U.S. — and the FOX Sports app and FOXSports.com. You can also .
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Enrique believes in his squad
Since winning it all in 2010, Spain has had mixed results in recent World Cups. In 2018, Spain was upset by host country Russia in the Round of 16, and in 2014 they did not advance past the group stage. This year’s squad is filled with young talent, with a total of nine players combined coming from powerhouse clubs FC Barcelona and Real Madrid. Manager Luis Enrique, a former Spanish national team player himself, thinks his roster has what it takes to return Spain to World Cup glory.
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