Germany have suffered their heaviest competitive defeat as Spain ran out 6-0 winners in their UEFA Nations League clash on Tuesday.
The match witnessed Manchester City winger Ferran Torres’s first career hat-trick.
Spain dominated from the off, having 70% possession and 23 shots with 10 of them on target. Germany did not register a shot on target throughout the encounter, with Serge Gnabry coming closest when his 22-yard effort rebounded off the bar towards the end of the game.
In a repeat of the Euro 2008 final, former Chelsea forward Alvaro Morata headed home Spain’s first goal, before Torres volleyed home the second.
City midfielder Rodri made it three with a guided header, and Torres slotted in a fourth before curling home the fifth.
Mikel Oyarzabal’s tap-in made it 6-0.
The win means the Spaniards join France in the four-team Nations League finals.
Spain and France will be joined by either Belgium or Denmark from Group A2 and Italy, the Netherlands or Poland from Group A1.