Little to do for most of the game, save a couple of catches, but made a good save towards the end of the night.
Less troubled than against Chile on Friday, the Real Madrid defender had a quiet night and looked comfortable.
Always available, and although he had little to do in defence, got forward well and scored a decent goal too.
Out of position at times against Chile, but comfortable here against an inferior rival. Linked up well wiith the midfield.
Replaced by Cesc at half-time but had scored an excellent free-kick and set up Alvaro Negredo for another goal by then.
Showed just how much Spain had missed against Chile in the first half with another fine performance in this match. Vital is this team-
Set up Villa for the striker's second and was positive throughout. Looks better without Sergio Busquets joining him in midfield.
Solid in defence against a rival who attacked very little. Looked comfortable on the ball and very well suited to the centre-back role.
Mata set up a goal for Villa and was lively throughout his rare start for the full Spanish side.
Two well-taken goals mean he is now within just one of a half-century of strikes for Spain. Very impressive. Also provided a stunning back-heel for Negredo's second.
Two good goals will raise his confidence after a tough time with Spain recently. Looked sharper and fitter, but still didn't convince fans 100 per cent.
Could have done better with Xavi's free-kick as he endured an afternoon to forget in Logrono.
Worked had in mdifield, but found himself completely overran.
Caught out of position on several occcions and was helpless as Spain dominated totally.
Stretched on the flank as Spain used the full width of the pitch to attack their lowly rivals.
Technically decent but gave the ball away too much and can ill afford to so at this level.
Beaten time and again on the falnk and will not have enjoyed playing against the World Cup winners.
- S. Wieser
Solid, but left chasing shados in midfield for large chiunks of the afternoon.
- T. Beck
- M. Frick
Had a good shot saved latre on. Quiet otherwise.
- Víctor Valdés
- Álvaro Domínguez
Not much time to make an impact, but his competitive debut means he can no longer play for Brazil.
Came on in the second half for Xavi and caused havoc, but his team-mates were unable to take advantage of his good work.
- David Silva
Missed a great chance late on and is not suited to Spain's style.
Exposed in the centre of midfield as Spain pressed and harried.
- C. Biçer
Struggled to cope with Spain's intensity in the heart of the action.
Was a substitute vbut failed to alter the game's dynamic as his side stuggled.
An isolated figure in attack.
Failed to make any real impact.