An absolute spectator. Barely touched the ball as Lithuania rarely threatened. Was quick off his line to clear any danger, and was helpless for the goal.
Like Ramos, offered himself as an additional attacking option, but the closest he came to threatening was a first half shot that whizzed over the crossbar.
Was caught uncharacteristically out of position to play Sernas onside for his equaliser, and didn't enjoy the presence of Danilevicius in the final third.
Was his usual enterprising self, crashed a header against the post in the first half, while providing two assists with precision crosses in the second
Strolled through the game as usual, but was generally restrained coming forward from deep. However, had a composed enough evening.
Given the role of replacing Xavi in the centre of midfield, and although he was tidy enough, he failed to be at his influential best. Decent effort near the end was well saved.
Replaced Xabi Alonso in the centre and made the line up more attacking, roving forward rather than sitting in the centre. Cracking cross allowed Llorente to regain the lead.
Missed his partner, Xabi Alonso, in centre of the pitch, but sat deep and allowed colleague Cazorla to roam forward into space.
Drove in from the right hand side and attempted to probe for openings, and gradually grew into the game. His clinching header was absolutely stunning.
Spain's star of the show justified his selection by netting two superb headers and showing the way to goal for a Spain team who were slightly toiling.
With Raul's all-time record in reach, the Barcelona hit-man tried too hard to find the net, and his miss from all of a yard out was unforgivable.
Made two excellent saves in the first half but was hopelessly out of position as Llorente opened the scoring with a near post header.
The Spanish-based defender was the most resolute of the away side, and despite shadowing Villa on the right, could not prevent a Spain victory.
Coped manfully with the threat of Spain early on, but the class of the opposition eventually shone through.
Was solid enough, but Llorente's physical presence proved more than a handful, and one that he could not contain.
Worked hard, particularly when the scores were tied, but rarely saw much of the ball it his feet as Spain dominated possession.
Like the rest of his colleagues, his attitude and desire could not be in question, but lacked the ability to stop the Spaniards from creating.
Meant to provide an attacking option from midfield, but had little impact on the match, and was unsurprisingly replaced.
Was an unsettling presence as Lithuania looked to narrow the game and keep things tight, but the World Champions eventually proved to be too superior.
Influence was limited in the first half, but his second half run and strike created a special following for the away following, despite being on the losing side.
- Pepe Reina
Came on for Ramos as his Real Madrid colleague looked to suffer an injury.
- Borja Valero
Appeared on the pitch late on for his first national team match in a year.
Came on late for his debut and was just off target with a low shot that whizzed past the post.