The manager could not be happier.
He told the media after the match, "How we played in the second half today was just class. This team has shown the willingness of champions. The extent of this victory is almost unimaginable."
However, he also expressed the need for caution heading into the semi-final against either Spain or Paraguay.
"We are in the top four in the world, but there is more for this team to do," he warned.
"We have two very big games ahead of us. But we have it in our own hands, and we can go on to do great things here."
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