Spain: Edgar Badía, Albert
Blázquez, Jordi Amat, Sergi Gómez, Muniesa (Carvajal 75'); Koke,
Sergi Roberto, Sarabia; Isco (Pardo 83'), Morata, Juanmi (Ignasi Miquel 92').
England: Butland; Hurst, Robinson, Wisdom, Taft (Lascelles 37'), Oxlade-Chamberlain; Coady, Ngoo (Berahino 60'), Ince; Kane, Obita (Kennedy 71'). 4-4-2.
Goals: 1-0. 26. Isco; 1-1. 45. Kane.
Spain qualified for this summer's finals in Romania after drawing 1-1 with England in their last group game. Both sides came in to the tie having won their first two matches, but a better goal difference gave Julen Lopetegui's team the edge. Valencia's Isco opened the scoring midway through the first half, beating Butland with a well struck free kick, but Kane made it all square on the stroke of half time after Ngoo crossed in to him, the Spanish players calling for play to be halted with a man lying injured on the ground. Spain dominated after the restart and Juanmi felt himself unlucky not to be given a penalty, but they had the result they needed to make it through once again to the final round.