Austria: Gratzei; Garics, Scharner, Dragovic,
Fuchs; Holzl (Patocka 46'), Leitgeb (Baumgartlinger 36'), Pehlivan, Jantscher
(Kavlak 59'); Wallner (Alaba 68'), Janko (Hoffer 62'). 4-4-2.
Spain: Casillas (Reina 46'); Sergio Ramos, Raúl Albiol, Marchena, Arbeloa; Xavi (Jesús Navas 46'), Sergio Busquets (Iraola 59'), Cesc Fábregas; Iniesta (Pablo Hernández 46'), David Villa (Negredo 46'), David Silva (Güiza 46'). 4-3-3.
1-0. 07. Jantschner. Connected with Wallner cross to fire shot past Casillas.
1-1. 10. Fábregas. Ran on to Silva through ball and steered shot past Gratzei.
1-2. 20. David Villa. Picked up Iniesta pass and struck angled shot past keeper.
1-3. 45. David Villa. Collected Silva's pass and turned shot under keeper.
1-4. 56. Güiza. Got ahead of defender to pick up Pablo's pass and score.
1-5. 57. Pablo Hernández. Took Navas pass and ran past marker to beat Gratzei.
Spain continue to re-write the record books after a 1-5 win against Austria on Wednesday. Returning to the scene of their 2008 European Championship triumph, Del Bosque's side produced another exhibition of their electrifying football. For a couple of minutes they were behind after Jantschner's shot took a deflection off Sergio Ramos to wrong-foot Casillas, but Fábregas caught the defence napping to run on to David Silva's through ball and equalise almost immediately.
David Villa made it two after Iniesta found a gap, and the locals were left with ten men a few minutes later after Pehlivan was sent off for a foul on Sergio Busquets. And shortly before half time Villa got his second of the night after another assist from his Valencia team-mate Silva, his 35th goal for Spain to date.
Del Bosque made five changes at the break, but still the goals continued to flow. Ten minutes after the restart, Güiza scored the fourth after Pablo Hernández set him up, and a minute later Pablo got the fifth himself after picking up a pass from Jesús Navas. Spain have now only lost once in their last 44 games, and this week they were confirmed as the World's number one team ahead of Brazil. Roll on the World Cup!