On paper it was supposed to be a walk in the park for Spain. Spain looked like the team of old that everyone feared in the opening 10 minutes against Croatia. But if you had to pick one player that would lose Spain the game, it would be Sergio Ramos. And he delivered.
Spain’s win last Friday meant it became the first team ever to achieve an undefeated 14-match run in the European Finals. “Blame it” on Andrés Iniesta who, from the outset, controlled the game
New York Times: “One of the most prestigious young American orchestras”
Spain will face Turkey on Friday, 17 June, and Croatia on Tuesday the 21st, both technically and physically superior to Czech Republic who lost to the Spanish team last Monday
The entire plaza groaned in horror when Emilio Muñoz’s first bull made an unexpected charge and the matador turned, with capote in hand, to flee in helpless confusion
“Americans love tea! All kinds of tea, from the East, from the West, which happen to join at some point!
“Women’s tennis needs a shake up from the Williams and Sharapova era. Muguruza is the shining light right now, and there is a fair amount of pressure on her to take the women’s game into a new age”
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Spain thinks its irresistible tapas deserve to be protected, respected and appreciated around the world. There’s no better way to do this than get UNESCO to stamp its approval on the tapas
Spain’s ten intangible cultural treasures