England’s 5-star performance in Seville

England won their first UEFA Nations league game against a sloppy Spain side. This was even after Spain threatened late and scored two goals, but England  stayed calm and ended Spain 38 games unbeaten record at home.

England dominated the first half performance against the 2010 world cup champions. England took the lead on the 16th minute when Raheem Sterling hit a thunderous strike against his Manchester rival David De Gea. Then England doubled the dead when brilliant hold-up play from harry Kane put in Marcus Rashford and he calmly slotted into the back of the net. England got a third after a lovely ball from Barkley put Kane in who set up Sterling to get his first away goals for England and get his first goals in 3 years for his country.

After the break, Luis Enrique made several changes and one of them repaid him with his first touch as Paco Alacer headed home from a corner. England defended well and resilient until Spain grabbed a consolation goal with the last kick of the game as Sergio Ramos headed home from a cross. The celebrations were only a few seconds long as the referee called a fascinating game to an end confirming a great night for English supporters.



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