Spain: Juan Soriano; Maffeo, Jesús Vallejo, Mikel Merino, Toni Lato; Fabián, Dani Ceballos, Aleix García; Carlos Soler (Adama Traoré 87‘), Borja Mayoral, Oyarzabal (Córdoba 55’). 4-3-3.
Estonia: Igonen; Mägi (Lukka 91’), Pürg, Kaldma, Grauberg; Poom, Slein; Roosnupp (Valge 78’), Liivak, Sinyavskiy (Järvelaid 72’); Sappinen. 4-2-3-1.
1-0. 09. Fabián. Controlled Toni Lato cross and struck low shot past Igonen.
2-0. 35. Borja Mayoral. Got on the end of Carlos Soler centre to turn ball into net.
3-0. 51. Borja Mayoral. Picked up Ceballos pass and fired low shot past keeper.
3-1. 59. Sinyavskiy. Collected Poom pass and beat Soriano with angled shot.
Yellow cards: Roosnupp 35’, Toni Lato 68’.
Spain’s under 21 side made it six wins out of six after a comfortable 3-1 victory over Estonia on Tuesday. With only nine minutes gone, Fabián gave the youngsters the lead after Toni Lato set him up, and Borja Mayoral followed up his hat-trick against Northern Ireland with two more either side of the break following assists by Carlos Soler and Dani Ceballos. Sinyavskiy did get one back after that, and debutant keeper Juan Soriano was tested a couple of times, but Ceballos could have added to the scoreline, and Albert Celades’ team ended the day six points clear of their nearest rivals with only four games to go.