Spain thrashed Ukraine at the Alfredo Di Stéfano stadium in Madrid. The Spanish team defeated the Ukrainian team by four goals to nil in the second game of the UEFA Nations League tournament. Spain is currently the group leader. The captain of the national team, Serigo Ramos scored two goals and Ansu Fati scored a goal that makes him the youngest scorer in the history of Spain.
The draw against Germany required a victory for Luis Enrique’s team. Spain needed to win so as not to complicate the tournament and be present next year at the World Cup in Qatar. If in the game against the German team a team was sleepy and misplaced, in the match against Ukraine the Spanish team came out to win. Spain dominated the game for almost 90 minutes. He had chances and he knew how to take advantage of them.
Ramos and Ansu Fati, the men of the party
A goal from the penalty spot, two minutes after the start of the match, completely destabilized the opponent. The person in charge of taking the maximum penalty was the captain of the national team, who also scored another goal in the 29th minute. Ramos and Ansu Fati were the heroes of the match. Thanks to the goal against Ukraine in the 32nd minute, the Barça B player becomes the youngest scorer in the history of the National Team at the age of 17.
In the second half, control of the game remained La Roja. The Ukrainian team failed to find dangerous opportunities and did not have clear scoring chances. The final four to zero was marked by the Manchester City player, Ferran Torres, five minutes before the end of the Match. Spain thrashed Ukraine and is already waiting for the Swiss team.
Tratoré, positive for coronavirus
Adama Tratoré again tested positive for coronavirus in the test they did upon his arrival at Las Rozas and missed the second match against Ukraine. The Wolverhampton Wanderers player also did not play against Germany due to an inconclusive positive. However, he joined training on Friday after testing negative in Barcelona and nothing foreshadowed this fateful outcome. Some already qualify it as “the curse of Traoré with La Roja” and that is that the player was called up to the National Team in November 2019 and a muscle injury left him out.