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Spain have performed an 'incredible' training drill that has concerned England supporters ahead of Sunday's Euro 2024 final in Berlin.

Luis de la Fuente's side have been the standout team at this summer's European Championship.

In fact, they are the only team in the competition to have won all its matches, beating Croatia, Italy and Albania in the group stage before seeing off Georgia, Germany and France to reach the final.

Spain have scored an impressive 13 goals in those six games, with Euro 2024 joint top-scorer Dani Olmo netting three of those.

It has been fascinating to watch La Roja, who have abandoned their old 'tiki-taka' style of play in favour of a more direct approach.

Image credit: Getty
Image credit: Getty

“If we have players with the pace of Lamine, Nico, Ferran (Torres) or Ayoze (Perez), it makes no sense not to use those options,” said De la Fuente earlier in the tournament.

“We’re very dangerous in these types of situations.”

That creative freedom is certainly apparent in training. Ahead of Tuesday's semi-final clash against France, footage emerged of the squad performing an impressive skill-based drill.

As you can see from the footage below, each player has a cone in their hand as they perform kick-ups whilst running.

Then, the player in question must drop their cone over a pole, making sure to keep the ball in the air before passing to his teammate.

After their late win over Germany in the quarter-final, De la Fuente says he is "absolutely convinced" his side can go all the way.

"This is a winning horse," he said. "I'm proud to coach players like this, players that are insatiable. They're used to competing at the highest level and they have an opportunity to win the tournament."

The Spaniard added: "I am proud we are able to represent our country. We're absolutely convinced that we can get very far with this side.

"We are so happy, but our euphoria is totally under control. We know tomorrow is already another day."

Spain will be looking to lift their fourth European Championship on Sunday when they come up against England, who have failed to secure a major tournament win since 1966.

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Topics: Spain, Euro 2024, France, Lamine Yamal