Spain coach Vicente del Bosque is considering changes to his line-up for Wednesday the FIFA World Cup ™ Group B match against Chile to an analysis of their 5-1 loss by the Netherlands.
The defending champions head to the Maracanã in Rio de Janeiro, will need not only a victory, but also a significantly improved performance after torn by the Dutch apart.
Del Bosque has taken the time to study this defeat and admits that he can change, some players around, although he refused to blame game.
"There are some changes may", said del Bosque. "But we want to rush things.
"If I have made a change, it would not with the finger someone show." "This is a short tournament and we are looking to find the best solution."
Del Bosque is reluctant to replace but goalkeeper of Iker Casillas despite a display against the Dutch, the captain called the worst game of his career.
There may be some changes. This is a short tournament and we look at who would, find best solution.
Vicente del Bosque, Spain coach
"As always, Casillas gave evidence for his captaincy and his commitment to the national team", said del Bosque.
"I remember when I got to the locker room after the press conference, he spoke to his teammates as a captain."
In the reflection on a breath-taking experience of the tournament first match, del Bosque also insisted that any Spanish player who has traveled to Brazil deserves to do so.
"We have 16 23 players are the world champions," he said. "they took part in the qualification and finished well in La Liga and the Champions League have reached the semi-finals of.
"We have brought them, because we are convinced that they are the best, although others may have a different opinion. We have seven new players."
Del Bosque team defeated Chile 2-1 in the group phase of the FIFA World Cup 2010 in South Africa, having lost their opener against the Switzerland 1-0.
"We have enough experience," added the coach. "We have against their way of playing, because Chile is a team that is much more dangerous pressure."