Spain: Casillas; Sergio Ramos (Arbeloa 54'),
Raúl Albiol, Puyol, Capdevila; Cesc Fábregas, Xavi (Cazorla 54'),
Xabi Alonso, Riera; David Villa, Fernando Torres (David Silva 70'). 4-4-2.
New Zealand: Moss; Mulligan, Boyens, Vicelich, Lochhead; Brockie (Christie 26'), Elliott, Brown, Bertos; Smeltz (James 75'), Killen (Bright 85'). 4-4-2.
0-1. 06. Fernando Torres. Picked up Cesc pass and lifted shot wide of Moss.
0-2. 14. Fernando Torres. Latched on to Villa cross and steered shot in to net.
0-3. 17. Fernando Torres. Steered header wide of keeper from Capdevila cross.
0-4. 24. Cesc Fábregas. Got on end of Capdevila cross to turn ball wide of Moss.
0-5. 48. David Villa. Shot in to empty net after Boyens failed to clear Torres cross.
An easy start for Spain in the Confederations Cup, Vicente Del Bosque's side running out 0-5 winners over New Zealand. Fernando Torres helped himself to a hat-trick within the first 17 minutes, and it could have been more as Spain dominated the opening play. And Cesc Fábregas added a fourth just a few minutes later after Capdevila set him up. David Villa got the fifth just three minutes in to the second half after an awful mis-kick by Boyens, and after that the boys sat back to conserve their energy for the next games.