Barcelona youngster Ansu Fati became Spain's youngest goalscorer, breaking a record which had stood for 95 years, as his side beat Ukraine 4-0 in group of the UEFA Nations League A4.
Fati, aged 17 years and 311 days, had already broken records for Barcelona’s youngest goalscorer in La Liga and the Champions League when he netted via a post to add another landmark to his collection.
Sergio Ramos had already converted a penalty won by Fati, and added a header for his second. Manchester City newcomer Ferran Torres added a fourth in the 84th minute.
In the same group, Germany were held to a 1-1 draw in Switzerland after Ilkay Gundogan’s opener was cancelled out in the 57th minute by Silvan Widmer.
Elsewhere, Russia earned a narrow 3-2 victory in a close-fought match with Hungary in group B3.
In the same group, Serbia and Turkey played out a goalless draw.
Wales' unbeaten run continued with Neco Williams scoring a dramatic stoppage-time header in a 1-0 victory over Bulgaria in Cardif, while Finland bounced back as substitute Fredrik Jensen fired them to victory over the Republic of Ireland after just 18 seconds on the pitch.
In group C3, Slovenia earned a 1-0 victory over Moldova while Greece beat Kosovo 2-1.
The Faroe Islands secured a 1-0 victory over Andorra while Malta drew 1-1 with Latvia in group D1.