Vicente del Bosque has called Mata to play the friendly matches against England and Belgium. He’s been summoned three times in a row. This Saturday though, we have an Old Trafford match against West Bromwich (15.00h).
Juan Mata keeps counting with Del Bosque’s trust. His protagonism at Manchester United hasn’t been unnoticed by the Spanish coach, who has included him on the list of players to play against England (November 13 in Alicante) and Belgium (November 17 in Brussels.)
Along with Juan, his mate David De Gea has also been called. This is the third consecutive time that Juan has been summoned. The two first were to contribute to Spain’s qualification for France’s Eurocup. But on this occasion, Juan has been called to play against two of the most powerful teams at present.
Before meeting his teammates in Spain, Mata needs to play a crucial match for Manchester United’s intentions of winning the Premier League. This Saturday Old Trafford will host West Bromwich (15.00 h). After two consecutive draws, it’s now time for a win to avoid distancing themselves from Arsenal and Manchester City.