Football – Spain Vs Wales: Paco Alcacer’s Double Strike Sets The Tone
- Paco Alcacer scored twice on his Spain comeback as Luis Enrique’s men traveled to a simple 4-1 benevolent win against Wales.
- The striker’s eminent exhibitions on loan at Borussia Dortmund earned him a call-up and he proceeded with that frame with a first-half support for his first international goals since 2015.
Not the best game but a enjoyable evening at the Wales vs Spain game. Stuck sitting by some right beauties. pic.twitter.com/wPQ8GkL8bd
— Daniel Prosser (@DMVProsser) October 11, 2018
- Sergio Ramos changed over a Suso free-kick in the middle of Alcacer’s double strike and Marc Bartra’s header wrapped up Spain’s scoring as they dismissed a dull Wales at the Principality Stadium.
- With Gareth Bale not fit to play, Ryan Giggs was shorn of his star man and Wales once in a while looked like undermining an unexpected outcome, in spite of the fact that Sam Vokes netted a late goal.
CFC International round-up Spain Wales France – Three of our Spaniards featured in a comfortable friendly victory over Wales, for whom Ethan Ampadu started before limping off, while elsewhere world champions France snatched a draw against Iceland. https://t.co/H6N6sOserx
— Chelsea FC RSS Feeds (@CFCrss) October 11, 2018
- Alcacer opened the scoring in the eighth moment on his first global appearance since 2016, arrowing an intense crash into the upper left corner after Wales neglected to clear after a punch from goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey.
- Furthermore, Hennessey’s goal was before long broken once more, with Spain captain Ramos left totally plain to head home a glided free-kick by Suso after Alvaro Morata was fouled.
- Alcacer was celebrating again in the 29th moment, gaining by more tumultuous safeguarding to beat Hennessey with a sweetly struck low volley, despite the fact that Ethan Ampadu’s circling header hit the outside of David de Gea’s post in an uncommon Wales assault.
David De Gea was in goal for Spain tonight, in their 4-1 win over Wales. He played in the first half, getting subbed at 3-0. Spain really comfortable tonight. #MUFC
— Stretford End (@stretford_end) October 11, 2018
- Suso nearly included a fourth after the break yet his 25-yard styler cut the crossbar, before Morata headed wide a left-wing cross from Jose Gaya.
- More slack Wales checking was rebuffed by Bartra’s flicked header from a Suso corner and, notwithstanding Vokes chaotically completing off a splendid David Brooks cross with a moment to play, the last scoreline mirrored Spain’s strength.
Oh it was a fine trip, glad to be back on the wireless….need to win the lotto then i could do this show from Spain ha ha ha
— Garry Foster (@unchainedwcrfm) October 11, 2018
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