Pablo Hernandez believes that compatriot and Swansea City team-mate Michu deserved his call-up to the Spanish squad, and pay per head sportsbooks completely agree with the player.
Pay per head sportsbooks were very happy to see that the 27-year-old, who in his debut season scored 22 goals last term for the Premier League side, was chosen for the first time for his country for their upcoming FIFA World Cup qualifying matches against Georgia and Belarus.
Coach Vicente del Bosque turned Michu as a replacement for an injured David Villa. Hernandez is delighted for his compatriot, and pay per head sportsbooks can see why.
“I was very happy to hear Spain had called up Michu because he really deserves it,” he told Swansea’s official website.
“Of course, he scored 22 goals last season and he has started this season very well too, but he brings much more than goals to a team.
And pay per head sportsbooks can also see that the player has a lot to offer to a team.
“He is someone who is very passionate for the team and he works very hard too – on and off the ball.
“In Spain there was talk of him getting a call-up not so long ago, but now everyone has seen his performances and I think after the Valencia game they knew it was time for him to be included.
“I hope he gets to play in the games. It would not only be good news for Michu but also the club too.”
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Pay per head sportsbooks know that Spain, who are the reigning world champions, are currently on top of Group I in the European qualification section, with a game in hand but level on points with France.
Spain’s fans and pay per head sportsbooks all over the world see plenty of promise in Michu, and believe that he can lead his side to many victories in the future, so be on the lookout.