Spain was held to a 1-1 draw by Poland in their second Euro 2020 match, putting them in need of a win against Slovakia in their final group stage fixture to advance.
La Roja took the lead through Alvaro Morata, but Robert Lewandowski leveled the game with a spectacular second-half header.
Juve's Alvaro Morata scored from close range in the 25th minute to give Spain the lead. When Gerard Moreno shot the ball across, he appeared to be offside, but VAR awarded the goal.
With a loss, Poland would have been eliminated, therefore they needed to find a way to respond. It happened in the second half, when Robert Lewandowski rose in the box to head in a cross.
Spain had a chance to reclaim the lead when VAR awarded a penalty for Jakub Moder standing on Moreno's foot. The man who won the penalty kick took it, but it was missed, as was Morata's rebound attempt.
What the result means:
As a result of the draw, neither team has won in their first two games. Spain has one point, while Poland has none, trailing Sweden and Slovakia, who have four and three points, respectively.