Spain share points with Germany in a thrilling game that saw Spain snatch a point with an injury-time goal.

The UEFA Nations League encounter between these two UEFA greats ended in a 1-1 draw with a last-minute equalizer from Gaya.

The game saw Chelsea’s new man, Timo Werner got on the score sheet. The German striker scored the opening goal against Spain – firing past Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea in the process.

Werner found himself in plenty of space in Spain’s box, sidestepped a defender and lashed into the bottom corner giving De Gea absolutely no chance.

The 51st-minute effort looked like it had given Germany the win but they conceded a 96th-minute goal.

Gaya was in the right place at the right time to tap into an empty net deep into stoppage time despite the protestations from the home side.

Both teams share points in the fairly even encounter. Germany faces Switzerland next while Spain faces Ukraine. Both matches are to be played on Sunday 6th of September.