In the race at the top of Group 4 of the Euro 2020 competitions, the summit meeting between Spain and Germany took place at the La Cartuja stadium in Seville, Spain.
Alvaro Morata opened the Spanish team’s scoring door in the 17th minute with a powerful header in Neuer’s net after a corner kick from the German goalkeeper’s left side.
In the 30th minute, Torres missed a detective goal for his team when he was alone with the German goalkeeper, Neuer, and hit the ball to the right side of the latter.
Ferran Torres returned to score in the 33rd minute after receiving the ball after a strong header from Olmo that prevented the crossbar from visiting the net.
In an extraordinary interview, Rodrigo scored the third goal in the 38th minute of the match from a wonderful header to Neuer’s left, and it is the match in which the Spain national team revealed its fangs. This goal is considered the first for Rodrygo in his history with the Spanish national team.
The full joy of Sergio Ramos, who went out to the bench after suffering a muscle rupture, prevented him from completing the interview that he had been waiting for hard to win with his team, to replace the two penalties that they lost in the last interview that they had with the Swiss national team at the end of last week.
At the beginning of the second half, the Spanish national team approached the same tactics of the first half of the match, as he continued to press the attack on the German goal; came to him to score the fourth goal in the 55th minute by Torres, who imprinted his second goal.
Ferran Torres fingerprinted his first hat trick with the Spanish national team after scoring the fifth goal for his country in the 71st minute.
In the 77th minute of indifference, Ganabry kept the ball from the center of the field until he approached the penalty area and hit the ball hard in Germany’s first attack. Still, the crossbar of the Spanish goalkeeper prevented the ball from entering the net.
At the end of the match that the Spaniards started with an unprecedented attack on Germany, La Roja locked the score with a hex in the 89th minute by Mikel Oyarzabal after the German defense floundered.
By the end of this interview, Germany, since the union of West and East, was unable to defeat Spain, and consequently, it was defeated by the largest share in its history against all European teams.