Spain: De Gea, Montoya, Marc Bartra,
Iñigo Martínez, Alberto Moreno; Illarramendi, Thiago; Koke, Isco
(Camacho 89'), Tello (Muniain 85'); Rodrigo (Morata 73'). 4-2-3-1.
Germany: Leno; Sorg, Ginter, Thesker, Jantschke; Rudy (Rüdiger 82'); Volland, Rode (Can 70'), Holtby, Hermann (Lasogga 64'); Clemens. 4-1-4-1.
1-0. 86. Morata. Cut in past Rüdiger and fired shot inside Leno's near post.
Spain are already sure of a place in the semi-finals of the European Championship after a 1-0 victory over Germany in their second group game. Once again though the hero was Real Madrid striker Alvaro Morata, who came on as substitute for the second game in a row to score a late winner. A well ordered German defence kept out Lopetegui's side for much of the match, although Thiago hit the post and Koke and Rodrigo both shot wide before the break. After the restart Thiago and Illarramendi both went close again, and Leno did well to keep out Rodrigo and Iñigo Martínez. De Gea was only troubled by a couple of efforts by Clemens and Volland, but the game appeared to be heading for a draw until Morata cut in to fire a shot inside Leno's near post. Holland's big win against Russia meant that Germany and Russia will now be going home, and Spain meet the high-scoring Dutch side in the last group game needing a win to finish top of their mini-league.