Joachim Low’s future as Germany boss is under threat ahead of the European Championships after Spain inflicted the biggest competitive defeat in the country’s history with a 6-0 drubbing on Tuesday night.
Germany were hoping to book their place in the Nations League Finals with a win against Spain but they were behind after just 17 minutes when Alvaro Morata put the home side ahead.
Manchester City winger Ferran Torres grabbed his first of the night just after the half-hour mark and his club team-mate Rodri put Spain three up before half-time.
Torres bagged a brace before the hour-mark before sealing his hat-trick 20 minutes from time to make it 5-0.
A horrible night for Germany went from bad to worse in injury time when Mikel Oyarzabal rounded off the win to make it 6-0.
It’s the second biggest defeat in Germany’s history and their joint-worst in a competitive fixture.
Low has been in charge of Germany since 2006 and guided the team to victory in Brazil in 2014 but scrutiny on the German’s position has increased since they were knocked out at the first knockout stage of the 2018 World Cup in Russia.
Spain join France and Belgium in the finals and they’ll be joined by either Italy or Netherlands, who play tomorrow.
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