- Alvaro Morata continues his run of fine form as the Spaniard scored against Costa Rica
- It’s the forwards’ 10th goal of the season in all competitions
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It was Eden Hazard who scored for Belgium on Friday and on Saturday, Alvaro Morata hit the back of the net for Spain.
The 2010 World Cup winners beat Costa Rica 5-0 in Malaga with Morata scoring his nation’s second goal.
Costa Rica goalkeeper Danny Carvajal parried David Silva’s cross with Morata quick to fire home from close range.
Here is Morata’s well-taken goal below:
Morata’s goal to double Spain’s lead to 2-0 against Costa Rica pic.twitter.com/kN9D8v1KDJ
— Absolute Chelsea (@AbsoluteChelsea) November 11, 2017