The win in the Confederations Cup was hardly a reflection of a game in which Spain were overwhelmingly dominant.
“We dominated at all times with the exception of when we struggled and let in a goal,” del Bosque said. “At the end of the 90 minutes we were happy to hear the final whistle.
“We should have scored more and maybe we were tired and also as a result of winning 2-0, that affects the players, they start to slow down and that is why we suffered at the end.”
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