La Roja goal festival

Spain devastates Germany. La Roja goal festival. Spain needed to win to be able to play the Final Four of the UEFA Nations League. Hat-trick of the City player, Ferran Torres. Álvaro Morata scored the first goal and had another one annulled. Rodrigo and Oyarzabal also contributed to Spain’s win. Luis Enrique has once again trusted Unai Simón. Sergio Ramos and Canales, injured.

La Roja was playing its first final in the UEFA Nations League. The Spanish team needed to beat Germany to play the Final Four. With nine points, one more than Spain, Germany was the leader of Group 4. Germany had not lost since September 6, 2019 to the Netherlands. Spain came after drawing against Switzerland and the Netherlands and losing against Ukraine.

Intensity, pressure and goal

Luis Enrique’s players knew that only victory was worth them. In the first minutes, Spain put pressure on the German area and had several occasions, and even demanded a penalty for a foul on the edge of the area. A few minutes after the first half began, Betis player Sergio Canales was injured and Fabian entered to replace him.

The third time lucky. Morata’s header at the far post in the 16th minute. A goal that put Spain ahead on the scoreboard and made him dream of the Final Four. The confidence and tenacity of Luis Enrique’s players has had an effect. Minutes later the Juventus player’s second goal was annulled in a sensational move. Andreas Ekberg was wrong to annul Morata’s goal, as it was not offside.

Sergio Ramos, injured

La Roja continued to press and in the 33rd minute, Ferrán Torres scored the second goal, after a failed shot by Dani Olmo. No two without three, and the third came a few minutes later. Rodrigo scored the third.

Great Spanish football festival in the first part. However, it has not been all good news for the Spanish team. The captain, Sergio Ramos, had to leave the field after a muscle injury, and was replaced by Eric García.

Germany has not been there and was not expected. The German team has had too many problems in defense and the Spanish players have seen their weaknesses. End of the first half, Spain 3, Germany 0.

Spain have played their best game so far.

La Roja goal festival

In the second half, Spain continued with the same pressure and intensity as during the first half and the fourth goal came in the 54th minute. Manchester City player Ferran Torres doubled and scored his second goal of the game. Joachim Löw’s face was a poem and there is still more than half an hour left.

Spain devastates Germany. The German coach has made two changes with which he hoped to change the course of the game. Waldschmidt and Neuhaus have entered via Sané and Goretzka. However, the German team has continued to touch and sink. Germany is not used to losing and less so in such a humiliating way.

They had not digested the fourth, when Ferran Torres scored the fifth. Torres hat-trick. Great game from the City player. Mikel Oyarzabal, Gerard Moreno and Asensio entered the field to play the last minutes replacing Morata, Dani Olmo and Ferran. Oyarzabal scored in the 89th minute and left the final score.

Spain 6- Germany 0. Historic match of the Spanish team. La Roja goal festival

Spain had doubts and has cleared them in the best of ways. Six goals break La Roja’s bad scoring streak. Spain has risen from the ashes. The crisis in Spain has faded after the game against Germany. Six goals that place them for the first time in the Final Four of the UEFA Nations League.

Data sheet

Spain: Unai Simón; Sergi Roberto, Sergio Ramos, Pau Torres, Gayá; Canales, Rodri, Koke, Dani Olmo, Morata and Ferran Torres.

Germany: Neuer; Ginter, Sule, Koch, Max, Goretka, Kroos, Gundogan; Sané, Werner and Gnabry.

Goals: Morata (min. 17, 1-0), Ferrán Torres (min. 33, 2-0), Rodrigo (min. 38, 3-0), Ferrán Torres (min. 54, 4-0), Ferrán Torres (min. 71,, 5-0), Mikel Oyarzabal (min. 89, 6-0)

Referee: Andreas Ekberg

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