Head coach of Spain national team, Luis Enrique, has said he has no issue with the lack of Barcelona players in the national side.
Having managed at the Nou Camp between 2014 and 2017, Enrique has strong ties with the Catalan club, but Real Madrid players now dominate the Spain line-up.
In Tuesday’s 6-1 demolition of Croatia, Sergio Busquets was the only Barcelona representative and there were six Real players in the starting line-up.
“I’m looking for balance. I didn’t know there were six Real Madrid players in the XI, neither do I care.
“They play for the Spanish national team, that’s it. They don’t play for one team or another. Our base is from Real Madrid and it looks good to me.
“No-one from Barcelona? I only see a shirt, the national team’s one. Qualification? We still have to beat England and Croatia again,” Enrique said according to SportsMail.