Spain 3-0 Chile Highlights
David Villa, Fernando Torres and Santi Cazorla scored for Spain to beat Chile 3-0 in a friendly on Wednesday and cap the European champion’s greatest season.
Top-ranked Spain extended its two-year unbeaten streak to 28 games. It also stayed unbeaten against Chile, winning six out of seven matches.
Villa’s 37th-minute penalty saw him become the first Spanish player to score in five straight games and take his international tally to 24 goals from 41 appearances, surpassing Alfredo di Stefano to move to fifth in Spain’s all-time scoring list.
Torres used a quick move in the 67th to get free and score with a low shot. Cazorla then found the net with a deflected shot that skipped past goalkeeper Claudio Bravo in the 86th.
“The philosophy stays the same: we play well and keep scoring goals,” Cazorla said after scoring his first international goal at El Madrigal stadium, where he plays club football for Villarreal.
Spain, which beat Germany at Euro 2008 in June to lift its first major trophy for 44 years, hasn’t lost since Nov. 15, 2006 _ a 1-0 defeat to Romania.
1-0 D.Villa (Pen.) 37′
2-0 F.Torres 67′
3-0 Cazorla 86′