Wales: Hennessey; Gunter, Williams (Chester 46’), Davies; Roberts, Ramsey, John (Lawrence 62’), Allen (Smith 62‘), Wilson (Brooks 46’), Ampadu (King 50’); Vokes. 3-3-3-1.
Spain: De Gea (Kepa 46’); Azpilicueta (Jonny 63’), Sergio Ramos (Marc Bartra 46’), Raúl Albiol, Gayá; Saúl Ñíguez (Koke 46’), Rodri, Dani Ceballos; Suso (Rodrigo 81’), Paco Alcácer (Iago Aspas 73’), Morata. 4-3-3.
0-1. 08. Alcácer. Picked up rebound after Gayà shot blocked and shot past keeper.
0-2. 19. Ramos. Far post header back across Hennessey from wide Suso free kick.
0-3. 29. Alcácer. Latched on to loose ball inside area and drilled shot past keeper.
0-4. 74. Marc Bartra. Steered near post header across keeper from Suso corner.
1-4. 89. Vokes. Angled header down past Kepa after Brooks centred from right.
Yellow cards: None.
Spain kept up their good form under new coach Luis Enrique, “La Roja” beating Wales 1-4 in their latest friendly match. Paco Alcácer took advantage of his recall to the side to score twice in the first half hour, with Sergio Ramos heading another in between from a Suso free kick. After the restart Suso hit the bar before Bartra headed the fourth from his corner, and the hosts, missing the rested Gareth Bale, had no reply until Vokes headed in a late consolation with couple of minutes to go. Spain now go on to meet England in Sevilla in next Monday’s Nations League tie.