Spain atomized Germany (5-0) on Tuesday evening in the shock of the 6th and final day of the League of Nations. La Roja qualifies for the final phase of the competition.
When the 2010 world champion welcomes the 2014 world champion, it is bound to be an event. In Seville, this Tuesday evening, Spain absolutely had to win to finish at the top of group 2 of Ligue A, after leaving the lead this weekend to Germany, who could be satisfied with a single match draw to reach Final 4. While we could expect a close match, La Roja finally martyred his opponent, after a real offensive festival (5-0).
Totally dominated by Luis Enrique’s men in the first period, the Nationalmannschaft will give way on three occasions. First on an angry header from Morata (1-0, 17th), then following a powerful volley from Ferran Torres (2-0, 33rd), before his Cityzens teammate, Rodri, gave a serious advantage to his family of a crossed head (3-0, 38th).
Ferran Torres sees triple
Upon returning from the locker room, the locals will start again on the same bases facing apathetic Germans and completely beside their subject. Untenable, Ferran Torres will then take the opportunity to afford a hat-trick, thanks to two new achievements (55th, 71st). The Leroy Sané partners will even hit rock bottom by conceding a last goal through Oyarzabal (89th, 6-0). Only black point of the evening for this Spanish selection: the exit from injury of Sergio Ramos at the end of the first period.