England: Hart (Heaton 46’); Clyne, Cahill (Jagielka 46’), Stones, Rose (Cresswell 79’); Henderson, Dier, Sterling (Townsend 65’), Lallana (Walcott 26’), Lingard; Vardy (Rashford 67’). 4-2-3-1.
Spain: Reina; Carvajal, Íñigo Martínez, Nacho, Azpilicueta; Busquets (Nolito 78’); David Silva (Isco 64’), Mata (Iago Aspas 46’), Thiago (Ander Herrera 56’), Vitolo (Koke 46’); Aduriz (Morata 64‘). 4-1-4-1.
1-0. 09. Lallana (penalty). After Reina brought down Vardy inside the area.
2-0. 48. Vardy. Lunged forward to head Henderson cross wide of Reina.
2-1. 89. Iago Aspas. Picked up Morata pass and curled shot in off far post.
2-2. 95. Isco. Chested down Carvajal centre and turned shot under Heaton.
Yellow cards: Iñigo Martínez 29’, Walcott 31’, Rose 45’, Iago Aspas 65’, Carvajal 75’.
Spain fought back with two goals right at the end of their friendly game in Wembley Stadium to draw 2-2 against England. Lopetegui used the occasion to give a run out to some of his second choice players, with only Caravajal, Nacho, Busquets and Silva repeating from the line-up against Macedonia three days ago. However with only nine minutes gone Lallana opened the scoring from the penalty spot after Reina brought down Vardy in the area, and Vardy himself headed the second from Henderson’s cross at the start of the second half. Reina had to keep out Vardy soon afterwards, and Nacho cleared off the line from Sterling with the keeper beaten. Koke and Morata tested Heaton later on the second half however, and with a minute of normal time remaining debutant Isco Aspas picked up a pass from Morata and curled a shot in off the far post. That silenced the crowd, and with the match in the fifth and final minute of injury time Isco controlled a pass from Real Madrid team-mate Carvajal on his chest before turning a shot under the legs of the local keeper.