Spain: Iñaki Peña, Alejandro Robles, Gorka Zabarte, Juan Brandariz, David Subías; Oriol Busquets (Martín Calderón 67’), Manuel Morlanes, Brahim Abdelkader; Abel Ruiz (Alejandro Millán 76’), Jordi Mboula, Ivan Martín (Pol Lozano 46’). 4-3-3.
Serbia: Aleksandar Popovic; Julijan Popovic, Marko Ilic (Veselinovic 76’), Bosnjak, Devetak (Terzic 41’); Nikolic (Djerlek 74’), Petrovic; Luka Ilic, Maksimovic, Stefan Ilic; Jovelic. 4-2-3-1.
Goals: 1-0. 04. Ruíz; 1-1. 59. Jovelic (penalty).
Spain drew their second group game against Serbia, and they now need at least a point against Italy in three days time to be sure of reaching the knockout stage. Barcelona’s Jordi Mboula and Abel Ruíz combined for Ruíz to open the scoring early on, and Brahim caused a few problems for the Serbian defence after that. However Iñaki Peña gave away a penalty on Stefan Ilic midway through the second half, and Jovelic converted the spot kick to keep his team in the competition.