Sergio Ramos hopes the people of Spain can believe in the international team following their 3-2 defeat to England in Seville on Monday.
England scored three goals in a stunning first-half before surviving a barrage of pressure in the second period, with substitute Paco Alcacer and captain Ramos scoring to cut the deficit for Spain.
It was La Furia Roja’s first home defeat to England in 31 years, ending Luis Enrique’s unbeaten start to life as manager following his appointment in July.
Speaking after the match, Ramos told Teledeporte: “England are a world-class opponent and they have very dangerous players.
“We had as many minutes to score three goals as they had and the positive thing was the reaction of the team.
“The beauty of football is that it gives us the opportunity to turn things around. We forgot the first half and, in the end, the positive is our reaction.
“I have to thank this city, which is great to play in, and they leave you in awe so it is a shame we couldn’t respond for them. I hope people can believe in this group.”
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