Michel Salgado played 53 times for the Spanish senior national team over a period of eight years. The Real Madrid legend was in the Spanish team from 1998 to 2006. Michel Salgado was in the team shortly before the boom era started.
The boom era for Spanish football started in 2008 when Fernando Torres scored the only goal of the game in the final of the Euro 2008 tournament to end several decades of hurt. It was the first major trophy for the Spanish senior national team in 44 years. The last major trophy win was at the 1964 edition of the European Championship. Continue reading →