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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...

Barcelona's Pique criticises anti-Spanish chanting in Catalonia's win over Venezuela

Gerard Pique's 10th match for Catalonia was his first since retiring from Spain's national team.

Barcelona defender Gerard Pique said he told supporters making anti-Spanish chants to "shut up" as he returned to international football in Catalonia's 2-1 friendly victory over Venezuela.

Pique -- who retired from Spain's national team after the World Cup last year -- led out a side at Girona's Montilivi Stadium that also included former Barca stars Bojan Krkic, Marc Bartra, Aleix Vidal and Oriol Romeu.

However, the game's main talking point came when Pique, who has been a prominent speaker during...

Spain boss Luis Enrique compares team's scoring to Barcelona

Despite winning their opening match in Euro 2020 qualifying vs. Norway, questions remain over how good this new generation of Spanish players is.
Spain had to rely on a cheeky Panenka penalty from captain Sergio Ramos to beat Norway 2-1 in European Championship qualifying, at the Mestalla.

Spain coach Luis Enrique has brushed aside concerns about their scoring ability by pointing out that the national team have a better goal average than runaway La Liga leaders Barcelona.

Spain needed a penalty by Sergio Ramos to see off Norway 2-1 in their opening Euro 2020 Group F qualifier and visit Malta on Tuesday aiming to continue their positive start to the campaign.

Forwards Alvaro Morata and Marco Asensio squandered clear chances against Norway, but the Spain coach laughed off suggestions...

Spain boss Luis Enrique praises 'unique' Ramos after 'Panenka' winner

Despite winning their opening match in Euro 2020 qualifying vs. Norway, questions remain over how good this new generation of Spanish players is.
European Championship Qualifying: Sergio Ramos (71') Spain 2-1 Norway

Spain coach Luis Enrique hailed captain Sergio Ramos as "a unique player in history" after he scored a "Panenka" penalty to give his side a 2-1 home win over Norway in their opening Euro 2020 qualifier on Saturday.

Real Madrid defender Ramos struck the winner from the spot after Joshua King had cancelled out Rodrigo Moreno's opening goal.

Ramos beat Norway goalkeeper Rune Jarstein, chipping the ball down the middle of the goal to score a "Panenka" for the fifth time this season and leave Luis Enrique...