Munir El Haddadi: Spain debut "dream come true"

Barcelona's Munir El Haddadi calls his Spain debut a "dream come true".

Barcelona forward Munir El Haddadi has claimed that his Spain debut was a "dream come true" after their 5-1 win over Macedonia on Monday evening.

La Roja cruised to victory in the opening game of their Euro 2016 qualifying campaign, and the 19-year-old explained what it meant to him to make his maiden appearance for Vicente del Bosque's side.

"I never doubted about playing for Spain," he told Teledeporte. "I was born here and I am very happy to have made my debut.

"To play for Spain was my own decision. I knew what it meant (ruling out a future Morocco appearance) to appear for Spain. This is a childhood dream come true."

Spain play Slovakia next on October 9.

Paco Alcacer celebrates with David Silva after scoring Spain's 2nd goal during the UEFA EURO 2016 Group C Qualifier between Spain and FYR of Macedonia at Estadio Ciutat de Valencia on September 8, 2014
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