There were no problems for Spain in reaching their 11th European Championship as they would finish top of Group F, winning eight of their 10 matches and tasting no defeats.
Luis Enrique’s side finished on 31 goals with only Belgium (40), England (37), Italy (37) and Russia (33) outscoring the three-time Euro winners heading into the championship.
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Of the two games Spain dropped points, one came against Sweden who held them to a 1-1 draw in Stockholm after Rodrigo netted a 92nd-minute equaliser. Janne Andersson’s side ultimately finished behind La Roja by four points and subsequently reached a sixth consecutive European Championship and will be hoping to escape the group phase for the first time since Euro 2004.