Spain had the luxury of almost complete control in their final World Cup warm-up game against Jordan, and without necessarily putting Jordan to the sword, have managed three goals.
The first came from Ansu Fati, who marked his return from a two-year absence to international duty with a goal after just 12 minutes.
Barcelona teammate Gavi then got his second international goal after he dispatched of a scuffed Pablo Sarabia strike. His own shot was far cleaner.
None were as impressive as Spain’s final goal though, with Nico Williams scoring his first in the red of Spain.
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Williams touch anticipates the defender selling himself and then he makes no mistake with the finish, despite it being his wrong foot.
The younger brother of Inaki was a surprise inclusion last September, but given his contributions against Portugal and now Jordan, increasingly it looks like a smart option by Luis Enrique. Williams will likely be an impact sub for Spain and so far he has accomplished his brief with flying colours.
Source by Football Espana