Jose Mourinho, who is working for Yahoo! during the World Cup, has said that he feels Iker Casillas should continue as Spain's goalkeeper, despite his night to forget in the 5-1 defeat to Netherlands.
Despite the fact he dropped Casillas in favour of both Adan and Diego Lopez during his time as Real Madrid boss, Mourinho said: "I wouldn't put Iker on the bench."
On how he would handle the situation if he were in Spain coach Vicente del Bosque's position, the Chelsea boss said: "The position of goalkeeper is a very specific one, and I'm not one for changing it just because of a bad game. I only change things because of form, which shows the keeper isn't in the right condition, doesn't have confidence, stability, giving off the feeling it is better to change."
Mourinho added: "Casillas has done great things with Spain, he's a keeper who needs the confidence of his coach, and one bad game, for me, isn't sufficient enough a reason to change a goalkeeper."