Good evening and welcome to Eurosport's LIVE coverage of the international friendly between Spain and Portugal. We'll bring you all the action as it happens, with the start of Euro 2020 just one week away. Kick off is at 18:30 GMT.
Cívitas Metropolitano / 04.06.2021
FULL TIME: Spain 0-0 Portugal
Off the bar! That was the chance! Morata has released in behind the Portuguese defence, he was one-on-one, but the Spain striker smashes his strike off the crossbar!
There will be two minutes of stoppage time played at the end of the match.
Patricio saves! That's the first time the Portuguese goalkeeper has been really tested this evening. He gets down well to make the save low down from a freekick that was flicked on.
As a former Champions League and La Liga winner, Enrique will be one of the most accomplished managers at this summer’s European Championships.
The last European Championships in 2016 didn’t go so well for Spain either as they were knocked out at the last 16 stage by Italy. They are due a better showing at a tournament.
There has been a lot of squad turnover since Spain’s last major tournament. Indeed, the likes of Iniesta, Pique and Ramos aren’t included in this squad. Enrique has tried to bring through a new generation.
Of course, the last major tournament didn’t go so well for Spain. They made the last 16, but lost out to Russia in a penalty shootout. This was after they sacked their manager on the eve of the World Cup.
Speaking of Mendes, here he is off the bench for Portugal. Guerreiro off.
Across the face! Another good chance for Spain as Morata fails to get on the end of a Gaya cross into the middle. That was another solid opportunity for the Juve striker.
Guerreiro is seen as a solid option for Portugal at left back, but the Borussia Dortmund defender has his flaws. He can be defensively vulnerable. Mendes might get some games.
There is some uncertainty over who will start on the left side of the defence for Portugal at the Euros. Mendes is seen as a future superstar, but this tournament might come too soon for him.
Diego Llorente is on for his Spain debut. He replaces Laporte.
Spain, however, have a more favourable group. They have been drawn alongside Poland, Slovakia and Sweden. Anything less than top spot in Group E would be seen as a failure.
Portugal have had the misfortune of landing in the ‘Group of Death’ at Euro 2020. Group F also contains France, Germany and Hungary. They’ll have a job on their hands to make the last 16!
Another change for Spain as Fabian comes off for Koke.
It's quite clear that the tempo has been sucked out of this game. The first half was competitive and played at a good intensity, but that has changed since the subs.
PICTURE: Still waiting for a goal
Image credit: Imago
The emergence of Pedri was massive for Barcelona this season and it could be significant for Spain as well. The teenage playmaker will give Enrique more creativity to play with.