Helpless for Spain's opener and could do little about the second either, but made a decent save to deny Mata in the first half. He had too much work and too little help.
Made one very good block to cut out a dangerous Didac pass in the first half and made a couple of dent forays forward as well, but was pegged back into his own half for the most part.
Clumsy and cynical, he resorted to fouls to contain the Spanish forward. But even that wasn't enough. Came close with a decent header late on, which De Gea saved superbly.
Beaten to the ball when he looked to have a golden opportunity at the far post. Other than that, his presence was a cynical one and he was lucky to avoid a booking.
Did his best to cope against a wave of Spanish attack, but failed to close down Adrian for the opening goal and will look forward to playing against lesser rivals.
One brilliant intervention denied Mata when the Valencia forward appeared certain to score in the first half. Other than that, he offered a decent threat going forward. Often isolated, though.
Back from injury, the midfielder was supposed to bring some much-needed creativity and cutting-edge to the Caech midfield. He didn't. Very disappointing.
Made a very dangerous and cynical tackle on Thiago which could have earned him a red card. Out of his depth, he had to resort to foul play and won't be watching the rerun in a hurry.
Anonymous in midfield apart from a few neat touches in the first half. Not good enough and totally overwhelmed by Spain's superior technicans.
Pegged back into a more defensive role, Dockal looked uncomfortable and gave the ball away constantly as Spain pressed and passed.
Very disappointing from the big man. One half-decent effort just before half-time was all he brought to the table in this match and he was replaced at the interval. Dreadful.
For a while his exquiste chipped pass to Thiago looked like being his most important contribution of the evening, but De Gea kept his concentration to make a brilliant low save from Moravek in the closing minutes.
Good going forward and linking up with the midfield, but the Barca full-back also gave the ball away needlessly at times. Comfortable, albeit unspectacular.
Botia is an assured presence at the back but earned a booking with an ill-timed tackle and also missed a decent chance when the ball fell to him in the area. Defended well, though, and brought the ball out from the back.
Looked out of his depth against England but turned in a decent performance here. The former Espanyol full-back got forward well and even got into the area in the second half. An improved performance to the first group game.
Dominguez is not Spain's best player and this season he has been uncomfortable at times in a leaky Atletico Madrid side, but he put in a good display here, looked solid and didn't do much wrong as La Rojita dominated.
Not as domineering as against England, but started the move which led to the first goal and worked hard at both ends of the pitch. A wonderful player.
Thiago kept things ticking over in the middle of the park and recycled possession superbly, the Barcelona way. Not his best game but hardly put a foot wrong and he is growing in stature all the time.
One of those players fans love. Ander was everywhere and while his work may go unnoticed, he was involved in all of Spain's good play. An industrious and generous presence.
Fantastic. Playing in an advanced role, Mata set up both goals with great passes for Adrian. He also could have scored two himself. Needs to improve his finishing, but his influence and creativity in this game was paramount.
Criticised after the England game but responded brilliantly with two fine goals. Great movement and even better finishing from the soon-to-be Atletico Madrid hitman.
- M. Stech
- J. Hanuš
- R. Řezník
- T. Hořava
- L. Mareček
A more technical player, but it was too little, too late as he was unable to make an impact as a sub.
- J. Kovařík
The striker worked hard and led the line well after Pekhart's departure, but is a limited player on this showing and was feeding off scraps. One effort badly off target is not good enough.
The subsitute was out of his depth as Spain ran the midfield.
- J. Chramosta
- M. Rabusic
- Rubén Miño
- Diego Mariño
- Víctor Ruíz
- José Ángel
- San José
Gave away possession needlessly and also sliced badly wide from long range, but Parejo wanted to be involved and his effort couldn't be faulted.
Did little wrong, but didn't have much time to make an impact.
- Rubén Pérez
Linked up well with his team-mates and looked lively after coming on as a substitute late on.