Spain: Sergio Asenjo; Azpilicueta, Kiko, Laguardia,
Canella; Marcos Gullón (Míchel 59'); Ander Herrera, Javi
Martínez, Dani Parejo (Fran Mérida 83'), Diego Capel; Joselu
(Adrián López 46'). 4-1-4-1.
Finland: Hradecky; Nikkari (Sumusalo 46'), Toivio, Arajuuri, Raitala; Mannström (Delvas 80'), Kauko, Kulehmainen, Ojala; Hjelm, Pukki (Kangaskolkka 71'). 4-4-2.
1-0. 78. Michel. Poked ball past keeper after Adrián headed on Capel cross.
Spain made it three wins out of three after a 1-0 victory over Finland, although the visitors put up good fight before they finally fell late on. The first real chance didn't come until early in the second half, when Dani Parejo tested the keeper with a free kick. Javi Martínez and Ander went close after that, but it was not until telve minutes from the end that Valencia's Michel found the net after Adrián headed on Capel's cross. López Caro's side go on to play Holland on Tuesday, both sides having won all their games to date.