Ferran Torres scored two times to assist Spain with procuring an agreeable 6-0 success against base side Cyprus in an Euro 2024 Gathering A qualifier on Tuesday, with Barcelona wonder Lamine Yamal turning into his country's most youthful ever starter matured 16 years and 61 days.
It was another record for Spain's Yamal, who made his debut on Friday in a 7-1 victory over Georgia and became the country's youngest player and goal scorer.
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Yet again he was electric on the traditional and set out a few open doors before he was subbed from the get-go in the final part, remembering a twisting shot that hit the post for the 39th moment. Álvaro Morata scored from the bounce back, however the work was precluded by the VAR for offside.
However, another talented young winger, Athletic Bilbao's Nico Williams, 21, assisted on Spain's first-half goals.
Gavi struck to give the Spain an early lead in the eighteenth moment and Mikel Merino headed in the second objective 15 minutes after the fact, both from crosses by Williams, who had a shot from point-clear reach denied by goalkeeper Joel Shopping center somewhat later.
In the 70th minute, substitute Joselu scored with a header, and Torres, lex Baena, and Torres once more completed Spain's demolition job with close-range goals.
Spain are second in Gathering An on nine focuses after four matches. Despite having a game in hand, they are six points behind leaders Scotland.
"We made two well-worked matches, and we have been lucky enough to score a lot of goals," defender Robin Le Normand told TVE. "These goals are important at the end of the group stage as a tie-breaker."
"Those are games that appear to be easy, but you must constantly focus on defense because your opponent is waiting for that one chance to score.
"One ball could arrive after you have stood still for sixty minutes and need to stop it. We are returning home extremely blissful."