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Spain's Prime Minister offended by Guardiola's comments on country

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Spain's Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has said he is still "offended" by Manchester City coach Pep Guardiola's remarks that the country is an "authoritarian state and repressive."

Guardiola was actively involved in the political campaign for Catalan independence and referred to Spain as "authoritarian and repressive" during a rally in Barcelona in June 2017.

"Yes, of course," Sanchez said when asked by Marca if Guardiola's comments still bothered him. "I'm offended because what he said in that...

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Spain dedicate Malta win to absent manager Luis Enrique

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Spain produced a second lacklustre performance in the space of four days in an unimpressive 0-2 win in Malta.
European Championship Qualifying: Alvaro Morata (73') Malta 0-2 Spain
European Championship Qualifying: Alvaro Morata (31') Malta 0-1 Spain

Spain's players dedicated their 2-0 Euro 2020 qualifying win over Malta on Tuesday to their coach Luis Enrique who had to miss the game due to an urgent family matter.

The Spanish soccer federation (RFEF) said earlier on Tuesday that Luis Enrique would miss the game "for family reasons of an urgent nature," without giving any further details.

Assistant coach Robert Moreno took charge of the team for the match, which Spain won with two goals from Alvaro Morata to move top of Group F with six points...