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Gaya scores dramatic equaliser for Spain

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Germany were playing for the first time since 19 November 2019
Germany were playing for the first time since 19 November 2019

Jose Gaya scored a dramatic 95th-minute equaliser with almost the last kick of the game to earn Spain a draw against Germany in the Nations League.

Gaya netted from close range to cancel out Timo Werner’s goal for the hosts.

New Chelsea signing Werner showed why the Blues have invested £54m in his services when he drilled past David de Gea inside the penalty area.

But Gaya had the final say when he scrambled the ball over the line in the dying moments of the match.

Leeds United’s club record £26m signing Rodrigo missed two fine chances for Spain before going close with another effort.

Spain keeper De Gea produced a flying save to deny Leroy Sane.

Both teams were returning to international action for the first time in almost 10 months.

It was the first game of Luis Enrique’s second spell in charge of Spain and there were several positives for the former Barcelona boss, not least the performance of new Manchester City signing Ferran Torres.

City’s £20.87m winger produced a confident display on the right before switching wings after 17-year-old Barcelona player Ansu Fati came on for his senior international debut at the start of the second half.

In contrast forward Rodrigo wasted a glorious chance at 0-0 when he took too long to get his shot away in front of a gaping net before having another chance blocked by keeper Kevin Trapp after getting behind Germany’s defence.

This was the first competitive meeting between the two European powerhouses since Spain overcame Germany in South Africa on their way to winning the 2010 World Cup.

Germany’s side was largely deprived of players from Bayern Munich following their Champions League triumph in Portugal last month.



  • 1Trapp
  • 23Can
  • 15Süle
  • 16Rüdiger
  • 2Kehrer
  • 21GündoganSubstituted forSerdarat 74′minutes
  • 8Kroos
  • 3Gosens
  • 7Draxler
  • 19SanéSubstituted forGinterat 63′minutes
  • 9WernerSubstituted forKochat 90+1′minutes


  • 4Ginter
  • 5Tah
  • 6Neuhaus
  • 10Brandt
  • 11Waldschmidt
  • 12Leno
  • 17Koch
  • 18Havertz
  • 20Serdar
  • 22Baumann


  • 1de Gea
  • 2Carvajal
  • 15Ramos
  • 4Torres
  • 14Gayà
  • 8RuizSubstituted forRodríguezat 80′minutes
  • 5BusquetsSubstituted forMerinoat 57′minutes
  • 10Thiago Alcántara
  • 22NavasSubstituted forFatiat 45′minutes
  • 19Rodrigo
  • 20Torres


  • 3Llorente
  • 6Merino
  • 7Olmo
  • 9Moreno
  • 12García
  • 13Arrizabalaga
  • 16Rodri
  • 17Fati
  • 18Rodríguez
  • 21Reguilón
  • 23Simón

Live Text

  1. Match ends, Germany 1, Spain 1.

  2. Second Half ends, Germany 1, Spain 1.

  3. Goal! Germany 1, Spain 1. José Gayà (Spain) left footed shot from very close range to the bottom right corner. Assisted by Rodrigo Moreno.

  4. Attempt missed. Rodrigo Moreno (Spain) header from the centre of the box is close, but misses to the right. Assisted by Ferran Torres with a cross.

  5. Hand ball by Emre Can (Germany).

  6. Foul by Sergio Ramos (Spain).

  7. Matthias Ginter (Germany) wins a free kick in the defensive half.

  8. Substitution, Germany. Robin Koch replaces Timo Werner.

  9. Attempt missed. Óscar Rodríguez (Spain) right footed shot from outside the box is too high. Assisted by Thiago.

  10. Attempt missed. Antonio Rüdiger (Germany) header from very close range is just a bit too high. Assisted by Toni Kroos with a cross following a corner.

  11. Corner, Germany. Conceded by Pau Torres.

  12. Attempt missed. Ferran Torres (Spain) header from the centre of the box is too high. Assisted by Óscar Rodríguez with a cross following a corner.

  13. Corner, Spain. Conceded by Niklas Süle.

  14. Attempt saved. Óscar Rodríguez (Spain) left footed shot from a difficult angle on the left is saved in the bottom left corner. Assisted by Ansu Fati.

  15. Ferran Torres (Spain) wins a free kick in the defensive half.

  16. Foul by Antonio Rüdiger (Germany).

  17. Foul by Pau Torres (Spain).

  18. Timo Werner (Germany) wins a free kick in the defensive half.

  19. Substitution, Spain. Óscar Rodríguez replaces Fabián Ruiz.

  20. José Gayà (Spain) wins a free kick in the attacking half.


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