Euro 2020: ‘No excuses’, says Luis Enrique as Spain get set for Sweden

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    #LuisEnrique has said there will be “no excuses” for #Spain at #Euro2020, despite positive Covid-19 tests derailing their preparations for Monday’s Group E opener against Sweden.

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