Norway: Jarstein; Elabdellaoui, Nordtveit (Hovland 30’), Ajer, Aleesami; Johansen (Sørloth 63’), Berge, Henriksen (Johnsen 83’), Selnæs; Ødegaard; King. 4-4-1-1.
Spain: Kepa; Jesús Navas, Sergio Ramos, Raúl Albiol, Bernat (Iñigo Martínez 88’); Fabián, Sergio Busquets, Saúl; Oyarzabal (Rodri 78’), Rodrigo, Dani Ceballos (Cazorla 64’). 4-3-3.
0-1. 47. Saúl. Picked up ball outside area and fired shot past Jarstein.
1-1. 94. King (penalty). After Kepa brought down Elabdellaoui in area.
Yellow cards: Rodrigo 35’, King 42’, Busquets 61‘, Sergio Ramos 81’, Fabian 81’, Kepa 93’.
Spain were a goal up against Norway and just seconds away from mathematically qualifying for the Euro 2020 finals, but an injury time penalty meant they still have a bit of work to do. Saúl fired Roberto Moreno’s side into the lead at the beginning of the second half, and Fabián hit the woodwork twice with long shots after that. With the game coming to an end though, Kepa brought down Elabdellaoui in the area, and King fired home the resulting spot kick to deprive Spain of the victory.