1-4: Ramos nets in Spain's win over Wales

NEWS | 11/10/2018

The madridista headed the second goal for his national team at the Millenium Stadium in Cardiff.
Sergio Ramos was back at the Millenium Stadium in Cardiff where Real Madrid clinched La Duodécima in June 2017 and has once again left his mark as Spain thrashed Wales. The madridista captain notched his team's second goal, heading a Saúl free-kick into the net on 19 minutes. The centreback played the first half of the friendly clash, while Ceballos was also part of the starting eleven. Bale was not called up for the game by Ryan Giggs.

Spain were far better than their opponents from the first whistle and wasted no time at all in opening the scoring through Alcácer on 8 minutes. Ramos added to the defecit a short time later and Alcácer popped up again to net the third for Luis Enrique's side inside half an hour. In the second half, Bartra made it four from a corner with 73 on the clock, before Wales pulled one back via Vokes in the 89th.

1-Wales: Hennessey, Gunter, Williams (Chester, 46’), Davies (Richards, (63’), Roberts, Ampadu (King, 50’), Allen (Smith, 62’), John (Lawrence, 62’), Wilson (Brooks, 46’), Ramsey and Vokes.
4-Spain: De Gea (Kepa, 46’), Azpilicueta (Jonny, 63’), Albiol, Ramos (Bartra, 46’), Gayà, Ceballos, Rodrigo, Saúl (Koke, 46’), Suso (Rodrigo Moreno, 81’), Morata and Alcácer (Aspas, 73’).

(min. 8): Alcácer.
(min. 19): Ramos.
(min. 29): Alcácer.
(min. 73): Bartra.
(min. 89): Vokes.