The World Cup Dream: Spain | Episode 5

The world cup dream: spain | episode 5

Al Jazeera English published this video item, entitled “The World Cup Dream: Spain | Episode 5” – below is their description.

Every footballer’s dream is to play for their country, especially at the World Cup.

In this film, we follow three players from Spain – Alejandro Francés, Carles Pérez and Juan Miranda.

Miranda played in the Barcelona academy as a teenager and after a loan spell in Germany, is now at Real Betis; he also played for Spain in the Olympic final in Tokyo. Pérez also joined Barcelona, was transferred to Roma in 2020, and has played for national Under-21s. And Francés plays for Zaragoza in the Spanish Second Division.

But will any of them get selected for the World Cup in Qatar?

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