Fati shines as Spain win final Cup warmup

Ansu Fati has made the most of his chance back with Spain's national team, scoring a goal and showing he is in great form in La Roja's 3-1 win over Jordan in their World Cup warm-up match.

Fati teamed up well with some of the other youngsters giving Spain hope of a successful campaign in Qatar, with Gavi Paez and Nico Williams also scoring a goal each on Thursday in the team's final match before their World Cup opener against Costa Rica on November 23.

"That some great news for us," Spain coach Luis Enrique said of Fati's performance. "He has a good relationship with the goal."

Fati scored from a shot from inside the area in the 13th minute before Gavi doubled the lead from near the penalty spot in the 56th.

Williams, who replaced Fati in the 72nd, made it 3-0 with a shot from inside the box in the 84th minute in Amman.

"I liked what I see from the team," Enrique said. "I see it with the right attitude.

"Sometimes, when you play a friendly so close to the World Cup, you don't play a good match, because the players are so focused on the World Cup, but everything went well and now we can start preparing for Costa Rica."

Enrique had some high praise for Marco Asensio, who set up Fati's goal.

"He was at a different level," the coach said of Asensio, who played as a striker in the absence of Alvaro Morata.

Hamza Al-Dardour scored for Jordan in second-half stoppage time.

After the Group E opener against Costa Rica, Spain face Germany in one of the most-anticipated matches of the tournament and then Japan.

Portugal, without Cristiano Ronaldo, saw Bruno Fernandes shine in a 4-0 win over Nigeria in their final warm-up match.

Fernandes scored twice in the first half to lead Portugal to an easy victory in Lisbon.

Goncalo Ramos and Joao Mario added second-half goals for the Portuguese squad that was without Ronaldo because of a stomach bug that had already made him miss training on Wednesday.

"It was a very complete game," Fernandes said. "We know we have a very capable team and we showed it."

In other warm-up matches, Ghana, back at the World Cup after missing out at the tournament in Russia, defeated Switzerland 2-0 in Abu Dhabi with second-half goals by Mohammed Salisu and Antoine Semenyo.

Ghana are in Group H with Portugal, South Korea and Uruguay. Their opener is against Portugal on November 24.

Switzerland, playing in their fifth straight World Cup, debut in Group G against Cameroon on November 24, before meeting Brazil and Serbia.

Canada, back in the World Cup after 36 years, came from behind to defeat Japan 2-1 in Dubai with Lucas Cavallini scoring the winner by converting a penalty deep into second-half stoppage time.

Japan had opened the scoring with Yuki Soma less than 10 minutes into the match.

Steven Vitoria equalised in the 21st for Canada, who are in Group F with Belgium, Croatia and Morocco.

They debut against Belgium on November 23. Japan meet Germany in Group E before facing Costa Rica and Spain.

Costa Rica's warm-up against Iraq was cancelled because of a dispute with Iraq officials related to the entrance of Costa Rican players into the country.