Spain: Sergio Asenjo; Sergio Sánchez, Chico,
Torrejón, Miguel Torres; Raúl García, Javi García
(Javi Martínez 61'); Pedro León (Diego Capel 64'), Jurado,
Granero (Jonathan Pereira 77'); Bojan. 4-2-3-1.
Sweden: Hansson; Lustig, Bjärsmyr, Rasmus Bengtsson, Johansson; Özkan (Molins 69'), Landgren (Avdic 46'), Svensson, Pierre Bengtsson; Wernbloom, Toivonen. 4-4-2.
Spain's under 21 side drew 0-0 with Sweden in this warm up game for next summer's European finals, which Sweden themselves will be hosting.
López Caro's team dominated right from the start, with visiting keeper Hansson having to save from Pedro León, Jurado and Bojan in the opening minutes.
León went close again and then hit the crossbar from a free kick shortly before the break, and Granero hit the bar again soon after the restart.
Sergio Asenjo was hardly troubled in the local goal, and Hansson was in action again to save from Raúl García before Javi Martínez headed against the bar for a third time.
A game which Spain should have won, but maybe it's better to get all the bad luck out of the way before the real action begins.