Portugal: Rui Patricio (Ventura 46'); Joao
Gonçalves (Bura 58'), Miguel Vítor (André Pinto 46'),
Daniel Carriço, Rubén Lima; Candeias (Joao Aurelio 74'),
Stélvio, Castro (Joao Martins 64'), Pereirinha; Rui Fonte (Yazalde 46')
Orlando Sá. 4-4-2.
Spain: Sergio Asenjo; Azpilicueta, Echaide (Javi Martínez 46'), Domínguez, Balenziaga (Canella 57'); Camacho, Sergio Busquets; Aarón, Dani Parejo (Raúl Ruíz 78'), Fran Mérida (Jordi Alba 78'); Adrián López (Alberto Bueno 68'). 4-2-3-1.
1-0. 20. Rui Fonte; 1-1. 23. Dani Parejo (penalty).
2-1. 36. Orlando Sá.
3-1. 43. Orlando Sá.
4-1. 55. Orlando Sá.
López Caro's new-look Spain side were thrashed 4-1 by neighbours Portugal in this friendly international.
The new coach had only kept five players from the previous squad, but with twenty minutes gone a slip by Athletic Bilbao defender Balenziaga allowed Arsenal's Rui Fonte to open the scoring.
Soon afterwards QPR's Dani Parejo hit the bar, and Adrián's follow up hit the hand of a defender. Parejo converted the resulting penalty, but Orland Sá restored the lead a few minutes later with a header from Pereirinha's corner.
And the Sporting Braga striker headed two more either side of half time from crosses by Pereirinha and Yazalde to complete his hat-trick and send Spain home with their tails between their legs.