Jun 23 2013, 3:06am CDT | by Luigi Lugmayr
"I wouldn't say the crowd wasn't against Spain at the Maracana. They were on the side of Tahiti, for obvious reasons," Del Bosque said on the eve of Sunday's match at the Castelao Stadium.
"But supporters are also capable of recognising when the best football is being played. I hope that we can do that tomorrow and that the crowd will be on our side."
Spain only needs a draw against Nigeria to guarantee a top spot finish in their group in the World Cup warm-up tournament.
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