Spain drillmaster Vincent del Bosque has hinted he will aces misfiring striker Fernando Torres for Wednesday's World Cup quarter-final adjoin Germany.Torres, who addled the ambition that exhausted Germany in the final of Euro 2008, has bootless to account so far in South Africa.
Del Bosque said: "Fernando has not been helped by the aggregation not consistently clicking, but we're actual blessed with his work."We can comedy more acceptable than we accept done and achievement to do that in the semi-final. It will be a acceptable advert for football."
Spain accept not been at their chatty best on their way to extensive the last-four date of the World Cup for the aboriginal time in their history.Their attack started with a shock defeat by Switzerland and back again they accept apparent alone flashes of accuracy - although striker David Villa has been consistently excellent.
The 28-year-old, who has aloof active for Barcelona, will be abnormally agog to abide that run adjoin Germany afterwards abrasion disqualified him out of the achievement over them two years ago - back Torres denticulate the champ - that gave Spain their aboriginal above silverware.
Extra action will be provided by the actuality Villa is additionally one ambition abroad from analogous Raul's Spanish almanac goals account of 44.But Villa, who is already Spain's almanac scorer at the World Cup with eight goals, insists it is appropriation the bays that affairs most.
"I'm blessed with my bristles goals because they've been decisive," he said."It's additionally altered because back you win by a lot of goals it doesn't authority the aforementioned activity as acceptable this way.
"He gives us the befalling to go advanced and anticipate about acceptable the World Cup."But Spain's assets goalkeeper Pepe Reina has additionally backed his Liverpool team-mate Torres to appear good.
He said: "He's mature, he knows absolutely what football is about and he knows he has break calm."He's got the aplomb of the coach, his team-mates. He can echo his Euro feats and be axiological for us."