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Spain Demolish Germany 6 – 0 In UEFA Nation’s League

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Spain have qualified for the finals of UEFA’s Nations League after their sensational 6-0 thrashing of Germany in Seville on Tuesday with Manchester City’s Ferran Torres scoring his first senior hat-trick.

It was not an ideal start for the hosts as Real Betis’ Sergio Canales was forced off injured after just 12 minutes, but they went in front five minutes later through Juventus’s Alvaro Morata after he his header was teed up by substitute Fabian Ruiz of Napoli..

The Spanish doubled their advantage 16 minutes later when Torres scored his second senior international goal after RB Leipzig’s Dani Olmo hit the crossbar with a headed effort and Luis Enrique’s men were not done there.

City teammate Rodri made it 3-0 with his head seven minutes before halftime after Atletico Madrid’s Koke provided the assist but Spain lost captain Sergio Ramos to injury two minutes before the break and sent Eric Garcia on in his place.

The Spaniards showed no signs of letting up in the second half and grabbed a fourth through Torres’ touch and finish on 55 minutes that was provided by former Valencia teammate Jose Luis Gaya’s low cross.

The 20-year-old completed his treble 19 minutes from time as Ruiz notched another assist as part of a fine flowing move and there was still time for another goal at Estadio Olimpico de Sevilla.

Real Sociedad’s Mikel Oyarzabal was sent on with 17 minutes left and added a late sixth from Gaya’s second assist of the match.

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