Unai Simón’s Basque sweatshirt breaks the corduroy in the Spanish National Team

The Athletic goalkeeper gives a lot to talk about on social networks

Selection stop and turn for the players of the Athletic to go to your appointment with the Spanish selection. Unai Simon arrived next to Iñigo Martinez dressed in a sweatshirt that immediately went viral on social networks. And it was a sweatshirt from Euskadi, with lyrics in eukera and promoting surfers’ beaches in Bizkaia.

Unai Simon, who came along with Iñigo Martinez, will be the starting goalkeeper in the two vital commitments that he has Spain in view of Greece on Athens and before Sweden on The Cartuja from Seville, valid for qualification for the Qatar World Cup 2022. You need 6 points to be in the World Cup.

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Unai Simón criticized by a very radical sector of Athletic fans

Unai Simón’s sweatshirt shakes the nets

But let’s go back to Unai Simón’s sweatshirt. Social networks noticed immediately and many Basque nationalists celebrated it effusively. The sweatshirt in question, blue, with white letters, is from the Basque waves, talks about surfing beaches in the Basque Country and is written in Basque.

Perhaps with Unai Simón there are no controversies, but this is the same as if Gerard Piqué, in his day whistled with Spain, goes to the concentration in Las Rozas with a sweatshirt with letters in Catalan and that they advertise some places of interest in Catalonia . Criticism would be heard even in China.

Two finals to be in the Qatar 2022 World Cup

Beyond Unai Simón’s sweatshirt, Spain is concentrated in Las Rozas to prepare the two vital appointments to be in Qatar 2022. Luis Enrique’s are second, 2 points behind the leader, Sweden. There are two frantic days left. The Swedes visit Georgia knowing that a victory will allow them to be in Qatar with a draw against Spain.

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Spain, for its part, needs to beat Greece in Athens to depend on itself on the last day. The Cartuja de Sevilla will fill up next Sunday to experience an exciting duel between Spaniards and Swedes. If they remain second, I would expect a very tough playoff to a single game.

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