Spain Coach Explains Why Morata Was Dropped

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Antonio Conte has declined to show Gary Cahill and Álvaro Morata a great deal of sympathy after they were omitted from their respective global squads, with the Chelsea manager making clear the only way for them to prove they deserve to go to the World Cup is by working hard for their club.

Spain coach Julen Lopetegui insists the likes of Alvaro Morata can still force their way into his World Cup plans despite omitting the Chelsea striker from his latest squad.

"He will have an extraordinary end to his make it to the World Cup".

"There are many players who could be called up, who deserve it and haven't been included because we have to keep the squad to a certain number".

'I understand it is a hard time but there is only one way, to work hard and show that you deserve to play [for the national team].

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Morata has not scored a goal for Chelsea since Boxing Day and has been dropped by Antonio Conte for some of their biggest games over the last few weeks.

Carvajal would welcome the frontman back, telling El Transistor when asked if he sees Morata taking in a third spell with the Blancos: "Yes, he's a good friend and a very good player".

His omission came 24 hours after Chelsea's Gary Cahill was left out of the England squad. "We are thrilled to be able to play against two great teams, the 2014 World Cup finalists".

Valencia midfielder Dani Parejo was also selected in the Spain squad for the first time, having helped his club side's march towards a likely top-four finish and a return to the Champions League. Maybe the manager wants to try or find out new solutions. We like Rodri a lot, he is a very complete player.

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