Super offer from PSG for Sergio Ramos — Real Madrid

Tanya Simon
November 18, 2020

But Ferran showed no mercy, making the most of a generous pass from ex-Valencia team mate Jose Gaya to score his second, then showing his confidence by receiving a pass from Fabian and beating Neuer with a first-time finish from outside the box.

Spain coach Luis Enrique paid tribute to every player in his squad after Tuesday's incredible 6-0 win over Germany to reach the final four of the UEFA Nations League, which he said was just what they deserved for their efforts over the campaign.

Spain lost captain Sergio Ramos to a suspected muscle injury towards the end of the first half but they grew ever more confident after the break as Germany continued to wilt.

For the match against the Nerazzurri, it is nearly essential that the 34-year-old is in the line-up as the alternative centre-back partnership of Eder Militao and Raphael Varane has led to some of Los Blancos' most disappointing nights in Europe, as shown with the disappointing displays against Manchester City and Shakhtar Donetsk.

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Luck seemed to desert Spain in Saturday's 1-1 draw in Switzerland as they missed a slew of chances including two penalties, while they were unfortunate to lose 1-0 to Ukraine last month.

Head coach Luis Enrique has backed the centre-back to cope amid the growing pressure, something he has become accustomed to during his distinguished career for club and country.

'This was one of those nights that happen very rarely, when everything goes exactly as planned. Ramos had scored his last 25 from 12 yards, but Sommer went the right way and saved it. "This is what you get when you combine quality and attitude", Spain manager Luis Enrique said. He explained the Germany team lacked "body language and body tension" and failed to gain control of the match or their opponents. "But nothing worked out". Sommer once again saved it and Spain were still trailing 1-0. We stormed out of position, opened spaces. There was no communication. "It was a dark, dark day".

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