Spain's coach Luis Enrique displays an incredible ripped physique at the age of 52



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Spain's coach Luis Enrique displays an incredible ripped physique at the age of 52

Spain coach Luis Enrique showed off his impressive physique during World Cup training in Qatar. For the former Barcelona boss, this is the second major tournament with the national team after he led them to the Euro semi-finals last summer.

Before taking over the Spanish national team, he spent three seasons as Barcelona coach where he won two titles in La Liga and the Champions League. It's been 18 years since he hung up his football boots, and he ended his playing career in Barcelona in 2004.

However, it is clear that he is still in great shape, which he showed by showing up to training in shorts and shirtless. Enrique's photo was shared on social networks and received positive reactions, especially from the female part of the public.

Reacting to the snap, one person said: "A pic that is making hordes of men put aside that pastry this morning and go for a run." Another blown away admirer added: "This, this is a man. A handsome, muscular man."

A dumbfounded third person replied: "I am literally speechless." And a fourth said: "52 years old. What a guy."

Coach on his team

"I liked what I see from the team," Luis Enrique said. "I see it with the right attitude.

Sometimes, when you play a friendly so close to the World Cup, you don't play a good match, because the players are so focused on the World Cup, but everything went well and now we can start preparing for Costa Rica."

Luis Enrique had some high praise for Marco Asensio, who set up Fati's goal. "He was at a different level," the coach said of Asensio, who played as a striker in the absence of Álvaro Morata.

Luis Enrique trophies won

As a manager with Barcelona:

  • La Liga: 2014/15, 2015/16
  • Copa del Rey: 2014/15, 2015/16, 2016/17
  • Supercopa de Espana: 2016
  • UEFA Champions League: 2014/15
  • UEFA Super Cup: 2015
  • FIFA Club World Cup: 2015
As a player with Real Madrid:
  • La Liga: 1994/95
  • Copa del Rey: 1992/93
  • Supercopa de Espana: 1993
As a player with Barcelona:
  • La Liga: 1997/98, 1998/99
  • Copa del Rey: 1996/97, 1997/98
  • Supercopa de Espana: 1996
  • UEFA Cup Winners' Cup: 1996/97
  • UEFA Super Cup: 1997
As a player with Spain:
  • Olympic Games: 1992