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Mikel Oyarzabal
6 - 0
Ferran Torres
Fabián Ruiz
5 - 0
Ferran Torres
4 - 0
Fabián Ruiz
3 - 0
Ferran Torres
2 - 0

Match Stats

69% 30%
Shots Off Target
Shots On Target 10 0
Total Passes 812 352
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Pos Team P W D L F A +/- PTS Form
1 Spain ESP Spain 6 3 2 1 13 3 +10 11 W D L W W
2 Germany GER Germany 6 2 3 1 10 13 -3 9 L W D W D
3 Switzerland SUI Switzerland 6 1 3 2 9 8 +1 6 D D L D L
4 Ukraine UKR Ukraine 6 2 0 4 5 13 -8 6 L W L L W




That's all for now though, goodbye!
The result means that Spain overtake Germany to win Group D and qualify for the finals.
Spain run riot to qualify for the Nations League finals. The hosts dominated this one from start to finish and made their intentions clear early on when Morata headed in Ruiz's corner. Shortly after, Ferran Torres scored his first of the evening after Ruiz hit the bar and then just before the break Rodri made it three with another header from a corner. Germany failed to muster any sort of reaction after the interval and instead fell into disarray as Spain continually picked them off on the counter. Ferran Torres scored twice to get a well-deserved hattrick before Oyarzabal came off the bench to make it six and condemn Germany to a humiliating defeat.   
90' + 2' FULL TIME: Spain 6-0 Germany 
90' Two minutes of stoppage time are added on.
89' Gaya grabs his second assist in a superb performance by once again picking out a teammate when he had an opportunity to score himself!
Mikel Oyarzabal
89' OYARZABAL JOINS IN THE FUN! 6-0! Koke scoops a sumptuous throughball over the Germany defence and Gaya sneaks onto it before racing towards Neuer and cutting it back for Oyarzabal to crisply knock it into an empty net!
86' Roberto lashes in a vicious cross but Koke can't quite contort himself to turn it in.
85' The away side are now operating with five at the back as they try and prevent any further damage.
83' The hosts have calmed down slightly in attack as their slew of substitutions attempt to work their way into the game.
81' Germany enjoy a long spell of possession as they try and slow the game - and Spain! - down.
79' Gnabry almost scores a stunning goal! Germany make a rare foray forward as Gnabry slaloms past Garcia before slamming a powerful effort against the bar from 25 yards!
B. Henrichs
T. Werner
76' Germany enter damage limitation mode as Werner is replaced by the defender Henrichs.
75' Germany have been incredibly open at the back since the interval and Joachim Low desperately needs to insert another man into defence to try and at least stem the tide.
Gerard Moreno
Daniel Olmo
73' Ferran Torres also departs after completing his hattrick with Gerard Moreno taking his place.
Fabián Ruiz
71' Ruiz collects his second assist of the evening by drawing Ginter in before sliding a pass across to Ferran Torres to place it into the bottom corner.
Ferran Torres
71' HATTRICK FOR FERRAN TORRES! 5-0! Germany's day continues to get worse as Ferran Torres completes a stunning performance by curling in a deft effort from 20 yards to finish a flowing counter-attack.
69' Spain go close to a fifth again! The hosts surgically slice through the Germany defence as Ruiz gets to the byline before drilling in a low cross that evades Morata's lunge to tap it in by inches!
J. Tah
Yellow Card
67' Morata outmuscles Tah and spins past the defender, who slides in to bring him down and earn himself a yellow card.
65' This was meant to be a tense, close match today, but Spain's dominance has been astonishing. They've put together 20 shots compared to Germany's one, while enjoying 64% possession.
63' Almost a hattrick for Ferran Torres! Spain continue to look rampant as Roberto hits a neat cutback to Ferran Torres who flashes a vicious effort just wide from 18 yards!
F. Neuhaus
L. Goretzka
61' Goretzka also comes off with Neuhaus taking his place.
L. Waldschmidt
L. Sané
61' Sane is replaced by Waldschmidt in attack.
59' Germany seem to have switched to a three-man defence at half time and they look in disarray as they try and adjust to it. Spain could really run up the score unless the away side move to tighten up at the back.
57' Almost five! Ruiz swings in a free-kick from deep and Rodri wanders onto it unmarked to loop a header just over the bar!
55' Gaya was overlapping beyond Ruiz and with Germany having just three men back it worked to devastating effect as the defender raced all the way into the box before setting up Ferran Torres.
Ferran Torres
55' SPAIN GET FOUR! 4-0! Germany get caught out on the break as Ruiz slips Gaya in behind and the full-back charges all the way into the box before selflessly squaring it to Ferran Torres who hammers it beyond a helpless Neuer!
53' Gnabry elegantly shimmies past Gaya before Garcia steps in to smuggle it away from the attacker just as he darted into the box.
51' Spain have a three-on-two as Morata charges forward on the counter-attack and he attempts to stab a throughball into the path of Ferran Torres but Koch just about manages to intercept it.
50' Great save from Neuer! Olmo darts past Max and into the penalty area before drilling a low shot from eight yards that Neuer blocks away with his legs before Koke's follow-up is cleared away by Tah!
48' Germany will need a dramatic turnaround in their performance if they're to peg Spain back in the second half; they've managed one shot from inside the box compared to Spain's 11!
46' Spain get the second 45 underway.
J. Tah
N. Süle
46' Sule is replaced in defence by Tah at the start of the half.
You'd expect Germany to make changes during the interval as they look for an improbable comeback.
Spain take a commanding 3-0 lead into the break after a superb first-half performance. The hosts started brightly and took control on 17 minutes when Morata headed home Ruiz's corner and from there, they haven't looked back. Ferran Torres caused Max problems throughout the first 45 and he doubled their lead when he blasted in from close range after Ruiz hit the bar. And it got worse for Germany when the Rodri scored from a second corner for the home side just before the break to make it three.
45' + 2' HALF TIME: Spain 3-0 Germany
45' Two minutes of stoppage time are added on.
Eric García
Sergio Ramos
43' Ramos is replaced by Garcia as Spain make another substitution due to injury.
42' Ramos is down receiving treatment on a thigh injury and he looks fairly uncomfortable.
40' The Germany players look bewildered after that goal and it's difficult to see any way back for them.
Fabián Ruiz
38' Germany have looked vulnerable from set-pieces throughout this game and this time it's Koke's delivery that results in a goal!
38' RODRI MAKES IT THREE! 3-0! Spain net from another corner as Koke swings it in towards the near post, where Rodri is on hand to flick it across goal and into the far corner, past a despairing Neuer!
R. Koch
Yellow Card
37' Koch clatters Koke on the halfway line to earn himself a yellow card.
35' Well, Germany are in trouble now. Spain have been in total control so far and they've made it count by clinically building a 2-0 lead.
Ferran Torres
33' FERRAN TORRES DOUBLES SPAIN'S LEAD! 2-0! Another flowing move from the hosts culminates with Gaya driving down the left flank before clipping in an accurate cross to the near post, where Ruiz flicks it onto the bar before it ricochets out to Ferran Torres who drills it beyond Neuer!
32' Another chance for Ferran Torres! Spain overload Max down the right flank again and Roberto gets to the byline before cutting it back to Torres who's crowded out by Sule and Koch from close range!
30' Big save from Neuer! Ferran Torres drifts in behind Max again and he scurries onto a throughball from Koke to find himself clean through! However, the attacker's shot from an angle isn't powerful enough and Neuer manages to deflect it off his leg and away for a corner!
28' Germany make a rare foray forward as Werner and Max neatly combine to force a corner. But, they work it short into Sane who's dispossessed by Olmo forcing the away side to build out from the back.
26' Koke slips a deft pass into Morata who swivels before curling a shot comfortably over the bar from 25 yards.
25' Morata turns in a Ferran Torres cross at the back post, but the linesman immediately rules it out for offside. Nevertheless, Spain are continuing to impose themselves upon Germany.
23' Morata has been extremely lively so far and it's not all that surprising that the striker has scored - the Juventus attacker has already managed three shots today!
21' Another chance for Spain! Ferran Torres latches onto a clever diagonal pass from Rodri before flashing a first-time shot a yard wide of the far post!
19' This has been a thrilling, end-to-end game so far and Spain taking the lead puts the group on a knife-edge! Germany will now be forced to play even more aggressively as they chase a point to qualify for the finals. 
Fabián Ruiz
17' Ruiz has barely been on the pitch five minutes, but he's already made his mark with a devious corner that picked out the run of Morata perfectly!
17' SPAIN TAKE THE LEAD! 1-0! Ruiz whips an inswinging corner towards the back post, where Morata ghosts in unmarked to power a header beyond Neuer!
16' Gnabry receives a neat pass from Gundogan inside the area before jinking inside and having a powerful shot bravely blocked by Pau Torres.
14' Werner slips Max in down the left flank and the full-back slams in a cross from the byline that Simon calmly plucks under little pressure.
Fabián Ruiz
12' Canales makes way for Ruiz in midfield after that injury.
11' Canales is off and receiving treatment for a leg injury and it doesn't look as though he'll be able to continue.
10' Kroos swings the corner in, but Roberto clears it comfortably at the near post.
8' Germany go close this time! Werner beats the offside trap and bursts onto a pass from Goretzka before aiming a cut back to Sane but - just as the attacker looks set to tap it in - Pau Torres recovers to poke it away for a corner!
6' Strong save from Neuer! Gundogan awkwardly fouls Olmo on the edge of the area, presenting Spain with an ideal opportunity to shoot from a free-kick. Ramos steps up and hits a crafty, low effort down the goalkeeper's side, but Neuer reacts instinctively to turn it around the post!
4' Gnabry - who's seemingly being deployed centrally with Werner on the left flank - attempts to latch onto a searching throughball from Kroos but Pau Torres does well to track the run and clear.
3' Spain immediately push the away side back with a long period of possession that culminates with Morata rolling a tame shot from 20 yards straight at Neuer.
1' Germany get the first half underway.
The players are emerging from the tunnel and kick off is just seconds away!
Three points clear of third-place Ukraine, Germany know they only need a point away to Spain on Tuesday to secure top spot and advance to the finals.
Germany, meanwhile, make just one change – Kroos comes in with Rudiger making way.
Spain make five changes as they subtly switch from a 4-2-3-1 into a more reserved 4-3-3. Busquets, Merino, Oyarzabal, Ruiz and Reguilon all drop out with Gaya, Rodri, Koke, Canales and Morata coming in.
SUBS: Mahmoud Dahoud, Felix Uduokhai, Florian Neuhaus, Jonathan Tah, Bernd Leno, Gian-Luca Waldschmidt, Nadiem Amiri, Niklas Stark, Kevin Trapp, Benjamin Henrichs, Julian Brandt.
GERMANY (4-3-3): Manuel Neuer; Matthias Ginter, Niklas Sule, Robin Koch, Philipp Max; Leon Goretzka, Ilkay Gundogan, Toni Kroos; Leroy Sane, Timo Werner, Serge Gnabry.
SUBS: Gerard Moreno, Eric Garcia, Fabian Ruiz, Marc Cucurella, Kepa Arrizabalaga, Inigo Martinez, Mikel Merino, Adama Traore, David de Gea, Marcos Llorente, Marco Asensio, Mikel Oyarzabal.
SPAIN (4-3-3): Unai Simon; Sergi Roberto, Pau Torres, Sergio Ramos, Jose Gaya; Koke, Rodri, Sergio Canales; Dani Olmo, Alvaro Morata, Ferran Torres.
This is a crucial game for both sides: Germany are perched at the summit of the group with nine points from five games, while Spain sit just behind them with eight points – whoever wins today will be in pole position to take first place and qualify for the Nations League Finals.
Hello and welcome to live commentary of this Nations League Group D fixture between Spain and Germany.