Do three days Villarreal ranked a historic eleven, since it was the first time that the yellows aligned a team ‘Made in Spain’, only with players born in Spanish territory. An alignment that since that match with the Athletic (defeat two to zero) has been repeated in the following two meetings, also aligning against the Athletic in San Mamés (defeat by one to zero), or at home with the Leganes (defeat by a goal to two). Villarreal line up an eleven with Sergio Asenjo as a goalkeeper, with a defense with Rubén Peña, Raúl Albiol, Pau Torres Y Alberto Moreno as defenses. With a midfield with Vicente Iborra, Manu Trigueros, Santi Cazorla, Moi Gomez; Gerard Moreno Y Paco Alcacer in the front.It is true that Villarreal has been playing since the season started with an eleven with 80% of national players, which only varied with the contribution of players such as Funes Mori (Argentinian), Chukwueze (Nigerian) and Anguissa (Cameroonian), were those who prevented that 100% national. It remains to be seen what happens the day you play again and Lane I have to line up an eleven again, although at first it seems clear that this possible national eleven would only vary with the option of the entry of Chukwueze or Anguissa in the team, which would be the options to shuffle. Three encounters with national players, which have ended all three with two defeats, although it is true that the hardest has been that of Ceramic Stadium with Leganés. It is curious that since that first national eleven the team has not been able to win again, being a most competitive team and with which almost all value as the standard team.