England recorded their first win in Spain for 31 years on Monday – a 3-2 victory in the UEFA Nations League in Seville. Gareth Southgate named the youngest England team this century to face Luis Enrique’s side.
The Three Lions could not have started better, as two goals by Raheem Sterling and a Marcus Rashford strike gave them a 3-0 lead at halftime – and despite conceding two second-half goals, they held out for the three points.
Raheem Sterling ends his England goal drought. Sterling who has experienced difficulty in scoring for England scored two.
This is the Three Lions’ first win in Spain since 1987! The victory leaves England on four points; second in Group D, behind the Spaniards, with Croatia – Who defeated England in the World Cup in last position.
By James Cordwell – LoveWorld News.