Spain’s first half was fantastic. They tore Germany apart and scored three goals, two of them in the space of five minutes. Ferran Torres scored the second and Rodri the third.
It was an exhibition from Spain in the first 45 minutes. Germany came into the game as slight favourites as they only needed a draw, but Spain were 3-0 up at half-time.
Morata scored the first goal with a hader, but Spain kept going so they could relax in he second half. Luis Enrique’s men ripped Germany apart and Germany could not cope with them.
¡¡¡LLEGA EL TERCEROOOOOO!!! ¡¡¡GOLAAAAZO DE CABEZA DE RODRI!!! ¡¡¡GOL, GOL, GOOOOOOL DE ESPAÑAAAA EN SEVILLAAAA!!!
— Selección Española de Fútbol (@SeFutbol) November 17, 2020
It went from 1-0 to 3-0 in the space of five minutes. Ferran Torres had been denied by Neuer earlier, but he could not denied him again.
Dani Olmo headed a Gaya cross, the ball hit the bar and the ball bounce to Ferran who fired home into the goal from just outside the six yard box to make it 2-0.
And there was more to come. Five minutes later, Rodri put the game beyond Germany.
Fabian Ruiz once again put in a corner to the near post and an unmarked Rodri headed into the goal. Neuer tried his best, but he was unable to stop it.