Raheem Sterling scored either side of a Marcus Rashford effort as England soared into a three-goal lead at the break. 0-1, Sterling (16′); 0-2, Rashford (29′); 0-3, Sterling (37′); 1-3, Alcácer (57′); 2-3, Ramos (97′) Inglaterra 15/10/2018 @jordigil Still the hosts pressed but England stood strong. Alonso headed against the bar in stoppage time and Ramos got his goal in the 98th minute, the final whistle following swiftly after. Substitute Paco Alcacer pulled one back for Spain in the second half and Sergio Ramos added a second in stoppage time, but Luis Enrique’s side hadn’t woken up in time. 2-3 Kane was then the provider again eight minutes later, turning a fine Ross Barkley pass into the path of Sterling, who added his second of the night. But England took the lead when Rashford fed Sterling in the 17th minute, the Manchester City star ending a three-year wait for an international goal. ING Árbitro La Roja despierta tarde y cae ante Inglaterra España De Gea, Jonny, Nacho, Ramos, Marcos Alonso, Busques, Thiago, Saúl (Alcácer, 56′) , Aspas (Ceballos, 56′), Rodrigo (Morata, 72′) y Asensio Jordan Pickford made a fine early save from Marcos Alonso before Marco Asensio shot straight at the visiting goalkeeper as Spain started the better. Alcacer scored within 90 second of coming on, his golden touch well intact as he flicked home from a corner. He has 10 goals in six games, the majority as a substitute, for club and country. Goles Pickford, Trippier (Alexander-Arnold, 84′), Maguire, Gómez, Chilwell, Dier, Barkley (Walker, 74′), Winks (Clalobah, 89′), Sterling, Rashford y Kane Incidencias Jordi Gil Upd. on 16/10/2018 at 10:52 CEST IN SPORT.ES Szymon Marciniak ((Polonia). TA: Ramos (64′), Jonny (75′), Ceballos (86′), Morata (97′) / Dier (11′), Winks (64′), Maguire (61′) Spain left it too late to force a comeback against a young England side on Monday in Seville, losing 3-2 at the Benito Villamarin. ESP England, well on top now, doubled their advantage when the brilliant Harry Kane set up Rashford on the half hour mark. Luis Enrique’s response was to bring on Paco Alcacer and Dani Ceballos after the break and Spain improved. The referee then failed to spot Pickford’s foul on Rodrigo, the England keeper lunging in on the Valencia forward after getting caught on the ball. Spain were furious not to get a penalty. Benito Villamarín, 50.355 espectadores MATCH FACTS UEFA NAtions League After three straight wins, Luis Enrique will now have to answer the first questions of his Spain career.