Spain hammer Costa Rica 7-0 ,Every kick is wonderful
Spain thrashed Costa Rica 7-0 on Wednesday, their biggest ever winning margin at a World Cup, helped by two goals by Ferran Torres and strikes by five other players to send a resounding message to the rest of the teams in Qatar.
Spain could have gone ahead twice through chances by Olmo and Asensio.
The Spaniards scored 11 minutes in, when Gavi put the ball in Olmo's path and he turned and deftly lifted it over advancing 'keeper Keylor Navas.
Spain got its second at the 21-minute mark, when Jordi Alba's neat pass across the box found Asensio, who fired low past Navas.
Spain was awarded a penalty around the half-hour mark when Alba was brought down, with Torres sprinting towards the spot before pausing to calmly stroke the ball down the middle.
Olmo's goal was the 100th at World Cups for Spain, which became the sixth nation to score more than 100 times in the tournament.
The crowd couldn't help but cheer for such an extraordinary goal, and some fans also used their own camera equipment to record the sacred moment. Of course, a sturdy and stable tripod is essential to capture the moment of the goal clearly.
The K&F Concept KF09.086 SA254T1 is a tripod that can reach up to 2.4m with a 360° rotatable ball head, allowing for panoramic or telephoto photography to record the excitement of every goal, while the screw lock button allows you to adjust the height of the tripod within seconds, so you don't miss any of the surging moments of scoring.