A hat-trick of goals from Manchester City winger helped Spain to a thumping win.
Spain have defeated Germany 6-0 in UEFA Nations League, with Ferran Torres chipping in with a hat-trick.
Alvaro Morata opened the scoring in the 17th minute after a simple header, which couldn’t be saved by Manuel Neuer
After a couple of misfired shots in the attacking third, Ferran Torres got one right in the 33rd minute before his Manchester City teammate Rodri tripled the lead, scoring a header from the set-piece.
The Spaniards entered the second half without skipper Sergio Ramos, who suffered an injury minutes before the break.
Torres found his second goal of the night after a simple lay off from left-back Jose Gaya and Man City winger went on to complete his hat-trick following a brilliant finish, assisted by Fabian Ruiz.
Luis Enrique’s rubbed salt on German’s wounds after Mikel Oyarzabal scored the final goal in dying minutes of the game, thus leaving Germany’s defence in tatters.
Spain have revived themselves with this win after scrapping out a late draw against Switzerland in the previous fixture.
From scoring his first goal for the national side to register his maiden hat-trick, it has been a good campaign thus far for Torres.
Meanwhile, Germany’s back to back wins was flattering to deceive as they have now been decimated by the Spaniards.
The pressure would be certainly felt by German manager, who has received a lot of stick lately due to unimpressive performances, now culminating in the huge defeat.
The win has also taken Spain to the top of their group, meaning they are the second team to qualify for Nations League finals after France.