Simon Collings was at Wembley to run the rule over the Spanish players...
Unai Simon 5
Looked shaky on a couple of occasions and didn’t cover himself in much glory. Struggled when playing out from the back.
Cesar Azpilicueta 6
Solid, but not the best from the Chelsea captain. Will be disappointed that the Italy goal came down his side.
Eric Garcia 6
Good in possession but at times looked susceptible when Italy played a long ball over the top.
Aymeric Laporte 7
Was marginally better than his partner, Garcia. Made a couple of brilliant tackles to stop Italy from countering.
Jordi Alba 7
A good game from the left-back, who looked a threat when he got forward. Solid defensively, too.
Pedri 9 | Star man
Incredible to think he is only 18. Looked completely unfazed and bossed the game. Had a 100 per cent pass completion rate over 90 minutes.
Sergio Busquets 8
Getting on a bit, but still a quality player. Screened the back four so well and rarely put a pass out of place.
A decent game in the middle of midfield. Neat and tidy, while working hard defensively, too.
Mikel Oyarzabal 6
Looked dangerous at times on the right. Missed a brilliant chance to level the scores around the 65th minute, skewing his header wide.
Dani Olmo 8
Picked to play through the middle instead of Alvaro Morata and did a good job as a false nine. Bright and lively, bagged an assist for Morata’s goal.
Ferran Torres 7
Was having a good game and unlucky to be taken off for Morata.
Alvaro Morata (Torres 62’) 7
Dropped from the starting XI, but gave the perfect response by scoring off the bench.
Gerard Moreno (Oyarzabal 70’) 6
Played out wide, as opposed to through the middle, and a did an okay job.
Rodri (Koke 70’) 7
Brought on in midfield and was a calm and steady presence.
Marcos Llorente (Azpilicueta 85’) 6
Played out of position at right-back but did fine.
Thiago (Busquets 105’) N/A
Pau Torres (Garcia 109’) N/A
Subs not used: De Gea, Diego Llorente, Sanchez, Gaya, Fabian, Traore.