La Roja produced a dominant display in Extremadura following their 2-1 defeat in Sweden last time out.
The home side were in cruise control as Valencia pair Jose Luis Gaya and Carlos Soler put them 2-0 in front inside the first 30 minutes.
Manchester City winger Ferran Torres added a third goal before the break to kill off any potential chance of a Georgia fight back.
Afterwards, Spain boss Luis Enrique was full of praise for his players saying:
“Today is a good day. Even if it seemed like an easy result, it was not. You cannot beat Georgia without putting pressure on them”, as per reports from Diario AS.
“They made six changes compared to the previous game, although the result makes it look easy, it was not.
“We have played a very complete game. We have scored four with the possibility of scoring even more goals.”
The result puts Enrique’s side back on top of Group B with a one point advantage over rivals Sweden. However, despite their edge over Janne Andersson’s side, the Swedes have two games in hand.
Enrique’s side will head to Kosovo in midweek for their final game of the international window.