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Jordan 1 Spain 3 LIVE RESULT Luis Enrique
เวลา:2022-11-22 01:11

THINGS went according to plan for Luis Enriques side as Spain ran out 3-1 winners in their final fixture before the World Cup.

The visitors applied constant pressure on Jordan from the opening whistle.

And goals from Ansu Fati,Gaviand Nico Williams made sure of the result.

However, Al Daradreh gave the home fans something to cheer for with a stoppage-time consolation goal.

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Sanchez; Carvajal, Garcia, Laporte, Pau Torres; Koke; Soler, Gavi, Fati, Sarabia; Asensio

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So, dress rehearsal complete and job done for Luis Enrique.

Next task, Costa Rica in the World Cup.

Spains little magician Gavi delivered quite the performance this evening.

We saw a glimpse of what we can expect to see from teenage wonder-kid Gavi in Qatar.

The Barcelona man was electric this evening, setting the tone for the rest of the team with his energy and magical feet.

He was composed for his goal, slotting the ball into the bottom corner to calm Spanish nerves.

He didnt even bother tying his laces. Mind you, he never does.

That goal will be the last bit of action from Amman.

Jordan can hold their heads high, having fought hard against Spain until the very last minute, when they got the goal they so badly craved.

It was fairly routine for Spain. They had moments of chaos, such as Raya handling the ball outside of his area, and Torres gifting possession away not once, but twice. However, they never looked out of control.

Fati opened the scoring, before Gavi doubled their advantage early in the second half. Williams made it three in what looked to be the final goal. But then Al Daradreh stepped up to take the shine off the Spanish victory.

What a moment for those fans, who have gone berserk!

As the ball was floated in, Al Daradreh was alert, nipping the ball off Torres toes and delicately flicking the ball pat Raya. What a way to finish!

We have a pitch invader to signal the start of stoppage time.

He is eventually dragged to the floor, along with all two of Jordans security guards, and eventually removed from the field of play.

83, And there it is! Expertly finished by Nico Williams.

Some good work by Asensio down the right-hand side finds Pino, who threads a pass through to Williams. His first touch takes him beyond the defender, and he made no mistake with the finish, slamming it into the bottom corner.

That scoreline will make better reading for Spanish fans at home, and at last a smile from Luis Enrique. Job done in Amman.

82, Its getting a bit scrappy as we enter the last ten minutes here. But you sense a mistake could lead to another goal.

81, A word on the Jordan fans. Theyve been excellent all evening. Cheering every piece of good play theyve seen, just as a friendly should be.

80, Torres wriggles free of the challenges and lets fly, but its a simple save for Al Fakhouri in goal.

78, Rodri trips Kloub outside the area and is penalised.

Jordan have a good sight of goal from the free-kick, but execute it all wrong, ballooning a shot over the bar.

With a touch more composure in front of goal, Jordan could have made this a real test for Spain.

76, That pass had far too much on it for Williams and whilst he applauds the idea, Luis Enrique flaps his arms in frustration on the sidelines.

Hes looked less than pleased with his sides second-half performance.

73, Williams has the ball in the back of the net, but Torres was ruled offside in the build-up. Spain have been unable to put this game fully to bed.

However, it is far more convincing than Germanys performance yesterday evening.

71, Goal scorer Fati and Garcia are off

Wlliams and Rodri are on for the final 20 minutes or so.

68, Al Naimat, who had Jordans best chance, also makes way. As does Al-Tamari.

66, Al Daradreh is on for the hosts. Al Mardi makes way.

And confirmation of an earlier change. Ayed is on for Al Samrieh.

63, Fati slips Torres in, but the substitute can only find the side-netting. As Spains lead increases, so do the gaps in behind Jordans defence.

Luis Enrique will be wanting to see his player put these chances away mind, with the World Cup starting in a matter of days.

60, That will be Gavis last involvement. The Barcelona man makes way along with Laporte, Sarabia and Koke.

Pino, Alba, Olmo and Ferran Torres are on for the visitors.

57, The little magician has his reward!

Soler brilliantly nutmegs his man on the by-line and picks out Koke. The Spaniard fluffs his shot, but it falls to Gavi who calmly slots the ball into the bottom corner.

After shaping to shoot towards the near post, he whipped it back across goal, leaving the keeper rooted to the spot.

56, Gavi doubles Spains advantage!

53, Sarabia gifts the ball to Al-Tamari who lets it run for Al Naimat. The striker is forced wide and his effort is blocked for a corner, which comes to nothing in the end.

In addition to those Spanish changes, which saw Carvajal and Sanchez make way, Rateb is on for Jordan, with Nasib coming off.

50, Luis Enrique is furious with something. Its been a poor start to the second half by the European side.

48, Raya is forced into another stop. It was by no means comfortable with the ball sitting up just in front of him, but he just about dealt with it. A nervy start to his evening, and Spains second half.

47, Its a waste in the end, as the free kick is sent well over the bar.

Koke isnt happy with his keeper for the original mistake.

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