with Spain's defender Sergio Ramos (L) argues with Polish referee Szymon Marciniak during the UEFA Nations League football match between Spain and England on October 15, 2018 at the Benito Villamarin stadium in Sevilla. / AFP / JORGE GUERRERO
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Spain's 3-2 defeat to England in the Nations League Monday not only burst the bubble of optimism surrounding new coach Luis Enrique, it also dredged up unpleasant memories of their woeful World Cup campaign in Russia.Spain fought back in the second half with two goals but it was not enough to prevent Luis Enrique suffering his first defeat since taking over in July.La Liga President Javier Tebas said Spain's fans also let the country down after some of them booed the English national anthem.
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