Spain boss Moreno stands by his starting goalkeeper decision
- Spain beat the Faroe Islands 4-0 on Sunday.
- De Gea started over Kepa for the first time in 5 games.
- The Spaniard made a wonderful save but Moreno claims starting berth is up for grabs.
Spain head coach Roberto Moreno has once again reiterated his starting goalkeeper stance after using both Kepa Arrizabalaga and David de Gea during the latest international break.
The Chelsea man started in a game against Romania (2-1) while the United shot-stopper was given a rare chance to impress against Faroe Islands (4-0).
And while both net-keepers managed to stake their claim with a couple of great saves, Moreno insists there are no guaranteed starters in his team.
Reflecting on La Furia Roja's goalkeeper conundrum, the Spaniard said: "We must all celebrate De Gea's big save, just as we celebrated Kepa's in Romania the other day.
"It raises competition and is very good. We trust David a lot. We always say that players in their careers go through good and bad moments.
"The other day Kepa did very well, and today it was David's turn. This will be the case for the national team - sometimes it will be one and sometimes it will be the other."