Spain continues in their impressive form as they saw off the Czech Republic at La Rosaleda Stadium in Malaga to move into the top spot in Nations League Group A2. Valencia midfielder Carlos Soler slotted in from Marco Asensio’s pass to open the scoring before substitute Pablo Sarabia doubled the hosts’ lead.
Spain Beat Czech Republic Nations League
The 30-year-old tapped in from close range after Barcelona winger Ferran Torres flashed a ball across the goal.
Spain dominated the game as they enjoyed 72% of the ball possession, and Sarabia curled another narrowly wide from the edge of the box. The visitors did have chances of their own in the first half, but Vaclav Cerny and Jan Kutcha both failed to convert.
Victory for Luis Enrique’s side saw them leapfrog Portugal, who were beaten by Switzerland.