Spain: Kepa; Dani Carvajal, Sergio Ramos, Íñigo Martínez (Diego Llorente 88‘), Jordi Alba; Dani Parejo, Busquets, Fabián; Marco Asensio (Morata 65’), Rodrigo (Oyarzabal 71‘), Isco. 4-3-3.
Sweden: Olsen; Lustig, Jansson, Helander, Augustinusson; Forsberg, Ekdal (Olsson 86’), Larsson (Isak 82’), Claesson (Johansson 27‘); Quaison, Berg. 4-4-2.
1-0. 64. Ramos (penalty). After Asensio centre hit Larsson on arm in area.
2-0. 75. Morata (penalty). After Morata brought down by Helander inside area.
3-0. 87. Oyarzabal. Picked up Fabián pass and curled shot wide of Olsen.
Yellow cards: Jordi Alba 24’.
Spain go into the summer break well on track for a place in next year’s finals after a 3-0 victory over second placed Sweden on Monday evening. The locals dominated the first half, Rodrigo having a goal ruled out for a borderline offside, and Olsen having to make a string of saves. Midway through the second half however Sergio Ramos opened the scoring from the penalty spot after Larsson handled in the area, and Morata converted a second penalty before Oyarzabal wrapped things up with his first goal for the senior side near the end.