It has been six games since David Silva found the net for Spain and the attacking midfielder may feel he is due a goal when his country go up against Morocco in a crucial World Cup game on Monday night.
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Silva has an impressive record for Spain with 35 goals in 123 matches, although he is yet to score in any of his seven World Cup games across the three tournaments he has featured in.
His goal record in competitive games is rather remarkable, though, with the Manchester City man scoring 20 of his goals in either major competitions or qualifying.
The World Cup is the only tournament he has never scored in, having struck in previous European Championships and the Confederations Cup, and at 32 years of age this is likely to be his last chance to do so.
The last time the Manchester City man scored for his country was back in November when he netted a brace in a 5-0 demolition of Costa Rica, which took him to seven goals in eight games before this dry spell.
Morocco have conceded in each of their last four games, including in narrow 1-0 losses to Iran and Portugal in this World Cup, but with nothing to play for Spain should have few problems finding the net.
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