Perhaps could have been more assertive and come off his line as Spain scored the first goal. He was caught off his line for the second late on when he was lobbed by Thiago. That ended the Swiss' hopes of a revival.
Involved in a lot of the good and a lot of the bad for Switzerland. The center-back let in Adrian after two minutes and was caught out for Spaìn's first goal. Looked dangerous in the air at the other end.
Questionable marking for Spain's first and struggled to deal with La Rojita's passing masterclass, but came close to a leveler with a glancing header after 79 minutes.
Unable to cope with the threat of Didac and couldn't cut out the Spain full-back's cross for the first goal. Tidy apart from that, but overworked and couldn't get forward as he would have liked.
Made some good interceptions and linked up well to frustrate Spain early on, but struggled as the eventual champions controlled the play and could have been sent off for a shocking foul on Montoya.
Was supposed to provide the inspiration for the Swiss, but was well shackled by the Spaniards and poorly off target with a first-half free-kick. Saw a fierce shot punched clear by De Gea, but otherwise created very little of note.
Endured a frustrating evening and was booked for a late tackle after 16 minutes, but also made an important block 15 minutes from time.
A disciplined defensive performance but was unable to provide anything of note from an attacking point of view and was replaced late on.
Largely anonymous going forward and caught in possession several times. Totally overwhelmed and uncomfortable in the middle of the park.
Showed some moments of quality down the left but was unable to cause Spain too many problems despite his explosive pace. Almost set up a decent opportunity in the second half, but saw his final ball intercepted and was later substituted.
Completely isolated in attack and unable to assert himself as Switzerland struggled for possession.
David de Gea
Had very little to do, but was alert and tidy when needed, quickly distributing the ball for Spain to launch attack after attack.
Very sound defensively and neat in possession, but missed a great chance to put Spain 2-0 up with a header when he was all alone in the area with 15 minutes left.
A lively presence on the left. Didac has rebuilt his reputation in this tournament following a difficult six months in Serie A. Set up the goal with a fantastic cross and was a constant threat.
Little to do defensively, but impressive going forward, always making himself available and completed some incisive runs down the right. Could have won a penalty in the second half when he went down in the area after a fine run.
The heartbeat of the side. Martinez was omnipresent as Spain dominated, putting in a great shift defensively and leading his side forward with some brilliant surging runs.
Largely untroubled at the back, the Atletico Madrid defender had a quiet afternoon but was caught out of position a couple of times.
Scored the all-important first goal with a bullet header from Didac's cross and proved a handful for the Swiss defense all afternoon. Deserved a goal for his fine performance in the competition.
Not as impressive as in previous matches, but still a key player in Spain's system, making himself available and spraying passes as La Rojita dominated play and possession.
Could have had a penalty in the second half when he was pushed off the ball in the area. A lively performance from the young Athletic Bilbao forward, who was constantly involved. But he needs to improve his final ball and his decision-making.
The tournament's top goalscorer didn't have his best day, but participated in much of Spain's best play. His cross missed everyone after two minutes when he could have found a team-mate or even shot himself.
- B. Siegrist
- K. Fickentscher
- D. Pavlovic
- F. Daprelà
- X. Hochstrasser
Hardly made an impression as a substitute in the second half.
Offered very little in an attacking sense after coming on as a substitute but helped out lot in defense.
- F. Feltscher
Tried to be positive after coming on in the second half but was largely pinned back and was unable to inspire his side.
- N. Ben Khalifa
- Diego Mariño
- Rubén Miño
- José Ángel
- Víctor Ruíz
Lively as a substitute but didn't have any influence on the game.
- San José
Little time to make an impact, but looked tidy enough.
- Rubén Pérez
A late substitute. Very little time to make an impact but deserved to be on the pitch after helping to rescue Spain in the semi-final win over Belarus. Shot wide right at the end.