Spain: Sergio Asenjo; Azpilicueta, Javi
García, Torrejón, Monreal; Raúl García, Javi
Martínez (Xisco 68'), Mario Suárez (Pedro León 80'),
Jurado; Adrián López, Bojan (Diego Capel 56'). 4-4-2.
England: Hart; Cranie, Richards, Onuoha, Gibbs; Muamba; Milner (Gardner 83'), Cattermole, Noble, Johnson (Walcott 61'); Agbonlahor (Campbell 38'). 4-1-4-1.
0-1. 67. Campbell. Latched on to loose ball and rounded Javi García to score.
0-2. 72. Milner. Connected with Walcott cross to shoot wide of Sergio Asenjo.
Spain's chances of qualifying for the semi-finals are slim after a 0-2 defeat against England. López Caro changed his usual formation to include four central midfield players, with Adrián joining Bojan up front. And they almost went ahead when a wild back-pass from Onuoha almost caught Hart out by surprise.
England should have taken the lead when they were awarded a penalty after Javi García tripped Milner in the area, but the excellent Sergio Asenjo dived to his right to save Milner's spot kick. And Bojan almost scored at the other end a few minutes later with a shot which curled wide of the post.
But after the break Stuart Pierce's side scored twice in five minutes to wrap things up, substitute Campbell picking up a loose ball before turning Javi García and firing an angled shot past Asenjo, and Walcott cutting in from the left wing to set up Milner for the second.
With only one point to their name and no goals in two matches, Spain are third in their table, and they now need a big win against Finland coupled with a defeat for Germany against the already qualified England if they are to make it through to the semi-finals.