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Luis Enrique admits Marcos Alonso’s omission is his 'unfairest' decision

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Luis Enrique that he really struggled to make a decision regarding the left-back position for Spain’s squad ahead of their 2022 World Cup qualifiers against Greece and Sweden. He called up Jordi Alba and José Gayà, but admitted that Marcos Alonso’s omission 'is a bit unfair' given his performances in Spain’s previous games.

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