England took the lead through a lightning quick break involving Kane, Sterling and Rashford, and the three forwards had their footprints all over the three goals which led to the home fans booing their team off the pitch at the interval. We look at how the Spanish press reacted to the loss.
Spain will take on England in the UEFA Nations League on Monday evening and there will be a major police presence in the city of Seville in order to deal with the 3,000 or so travelling fans from the United Kingdom country.
The concern over Sterling and the damage he was doing Spain in the first half are continued on another page of notes possible written by another coach.
The victory is also a vindication of Southgate's continued, bold approach as he changed his formation against Croatia and Spain, to a 4-3-3, and fielded the youngest England team since 1959 to defeat Spain. "We won't get carried away, we know there's lots to work on and we conceded two really poor goals, but I think it will give them huge belief".
Liverpool legends Carragher and Redknapp were stunned by the displays of the goalscorers and main striker Harry Kane, who played a key role in each of the goals. "I put a lot of pressure on myself to try to get in the box and score".
"As a forward you go through patches, but I am forgetting about looking nice and concentrating on getting in behind and causing havoc".
The next worldwide break will be on the week of November 12, with England's first match of the break on Thursday November 15.
"We've tried to talk to him about having an extra touch because at times when you do that the game opens up for you as a goalkeeper and some of those options become more apparent", Southgate said of the England goalkeeper.
Speaking after the game, Ramos described England as "world class" but lamented Spain's abject first half performance. They retained the ball well for us and allowed us to build. It's a great challenge for us as a team.