Spain v Germany, 17 November 2020

Score6-0 to Spain
RefereeAndreas Ekberg
CompetitionUEFA Nations League League A Group A4
VenueEstadio La Cartuja, Seville
Kick-off: 8.45pm local Played behind closed doors due to COVID-19 restrictions.

6  Spain

Manager: Luis Enrique

0  Germany

Manager: Joachim Löw

Goals:

Álvaro Morata 17 G
Ferran Torres 33 G
Rodri 38 G
Ferran Torres 55 G
Ferran Torres 71 G
Mikel Oyarzabal 89 G

Goals:

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Unai Simón
Defender José Gayà
Defender Pau Torres
Defender Sergio Ramos (captain)
Midfielder Koke
Midfielder Rodri
Midfielder Sergi Roberto
Midfielder/Forward Dani Olmo
Midfielder/Forward Ferran Torres
Forward Álvaro Morata

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Manuel Neuer (captain)
Defender Matthias Ginter
Defender Robin Koch
Defender Philipp Max
Defender Niklas Süle
Midfielder İlkay Gündogan
Midfielder Toni Kroos
Midfielder/Forward Serge Gnabry
Midfielder/Forward Leon Goretzka
Midfielder/Forward Leroy Sané
Forward Timo Werner

Substitutions:

Fabián Ruiz for Sergio Canales 12
Eric García for Sergio Ramos 43
Marco Asensio for Ferran Torres 73
Gerard Moreno for Dani Olmo 73
Mikel Oyarzabal for Álvaro Morata 73

Substitutions:

Jonathan Tah for Niklas Süle 46
Florian Neuhaus for Leon Goretzka 61
Luca Waldschmidt for Leroy Sané 61
Benjamin Henrichs for Timo Werner 76

Cards:

Cards:

Robin Koch 37 Y
Jonathan Tah 67 Y

On the bench:

Goalkeeper David De Gea
Goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga
Defender Eric García
Defender/Midfielder Marc Cucurella
Midfielder Marco Asensio
Midfielder Fabián Ruiz
Midfielder Marcos Llorente
Midfielder Mikel Merino
Midfielder/Forward Mikel Oyarzabal
Midfielder/Forward Adama Traoré

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Bernd Leno
Goalkeeper Kevin Trapp
Defender Niklas Stark
Defender Jonathan Tah
Defender Felix Uduokhai
Midfielder Nadiem Amiri
Midfielder Julian Brandt
Midfielder Mahmoud Dahoud
Midfielder Benjamin Henrichs
Midfielder Florian Neuhaus

Comments:

Aged 20 years and 262 days, Ferran Torres became the youngest player to score a hat-trick in a senior international game for Spain since Gaspar Rubio against France on 14 April 1929 (20years and 121 days).

Comments:

This result became Germany's heaviest-ever defeat in a competitive international game. It was their biggest loss since a 6-0 defeat by Austria in a friendly match in Berlin on 24 May 1931.