Spain overcame Sweden 3-0 to take charge of Group F in their Euro 2020 qualifier at the Santiago Bernabeu on Monday night.
Spain opened the scoring just 16 minutes into the match only for the goal to be ruled out for offside and despite dominating possession failed to find the opening goal in the first 45 minutes.
Breakthrough finally came in the 64th minute when Sebastian Larsson handled the ball in his own box which Sergio Ramos stepped up and buried into the back of the net to open the scoring for the home side.
Luis Enrique's men scored two goals in the last five minutes through Alvaro Morata's penalty and Michael Oyarzabal to put the result beyond any doubt.
⏱ ¡FINAL, FINAL, FINAL!— Selección Española de Fútbol (@SeFutbol) June 10, 2019
💪🏻 ¡Importantísima victoria ante Suecia! Seguimos líderes y ya sumamos 12 puntos tras lograr 4 victorias en nuestro camino hacia la #EURO2020 #UnidosPorUnRETO pic.twitter.com/xLFnkS3j8R