Spain humiliated Germany 6-0 in Seville to enter the semi-finals of the Nations League Cup. This is Germany's worst defeat in 89 years. In 1931 Austria beat Germany by the same margin. Manchester City winger Ferran Torres scored his first career hat-trick as Spain inflicted Germany's heaviest competitive defeat and joined France in the four-team Nations League finals. Former Chelsea forward Alvaro Morata, Rodri and Mikel Oyarzabal scored a goal each to take Spain's tally to six goals in the match. In another match, Chelsea striker Olivier Giroud scored a brace to guide France to a 4-2 win over Sweden. Giroud moves closer to Thierry Henry's goals tally for France. Giroud with 44 goals is just 7 goals behind Henry's mark. Benjamin Pavard and Kingsley Coman also scored for France.