Spain: Yeray; Dalmau (Blázquez 23'), Sergi
Gómez, Muniesa, Aurtenetxe; Koke (Kamal 71'), Alex; Isco (Sergio Roberto
45'), Kevin (Espinosa 59'), Muniain (Carmona 45'), Borja (Morata 59'). 4-2-3-1.
Colombia: Bonilla; Quiñonez, Juan Camilo, Murillo, Arias; Daniel Santa, Deiner Córdoba, Jorge Ramos (Medina 68'), Castillo (Cuellar 42'); Edwin Cardona (Robles 71'), Mendoza (Caicedo 59'). 4-4-2.
Goals: 1-0. 67. Carmona (penalty); 2-0. 81. Morata; 3-0. 90. Morata.
Spain won the first of two warm up games in Madrid against World Cup rivals Colombia. Cardona hit the bar before the South Americans had Córdoba sent off five minutes before the break. Carmona opened the scoring from the penalty spot midway through the second half after Murillo was red-carded for handling in the area, and with their opponents down to nine men, Spain added two more through Real Madrid's Alvaro Morata. (15.10.09)
Spain: Edgar; Bláquez, Sergi Gómez,
Amat (Muniesa 46'), Aurtenetxe; Carmona (Espinosa 46'); Sergio Roberto (Kevin
65'), Kamal, Sarabia (Dalmau 70'), Muniain (Isco 46'); Alvaro Morata (Borja
Colombia: Bonilla; Moreno, Medina, Saz, Quiñonez; Fabián Castillo (Mendoza 76'), Cuéllar, Cuero (Mafla 82'), Robles; Arias, Ramos (Córdoba 46'). 4-4-2.
Goals: 0-1. 16. Cuero; 1-1. 90. Isco (penalty).
Spain and Colombia drew their second warm-up game 1-1. Once again Colombia had a player sent off early on, Santa Moreno picking up two bookings with less than half an hour gone. Before that though Cuero had taken advantage of a mistake by Edgar to give the South Americans the lead, and it was not until the ninetieth minute that Spain equalised, Isco converting a penalty after Córdoba handled in the area. (19.10.09)