The 5-3 (1-1) win away, in a game that went to extra time, sealed the series in the Euro 2021 Playoffs for Spain against Croatia. The result means Spain won 1-0 games.
In the 20th minute, Croatia took a 1-0 lead through an own-goal.
Spain equalised to make it 1-1, when Pablo Sarabia scored a goal, in the 38th minute.
With more than 30 minutes on the clock, Spain’s Cesar Azpilicueta scored a goal, from a pass from Ferran Torres, and gave Spain the lead.
Ferran Torres increased Spain’s lead, with an assist by Pau Torres, in the 77th minute.
Five minutes left to play, Croatia’s Mislav Orsic reduced as he scored a goal.
The equaliser came in the 90th minute, when Mario Pasalic scored a goal for Croatia, with an assist by Mislav Orsic.
Spain’s 3-4 lead came straight after when Alvaro Morata scored, with an assist by Daniel Olmo, in the 100th minute.
Spain’s 3-5 came straight after when Mikel Oyarzabal scored, with an assist by Daniel Olmo, in the 103rd minute. This brought the final score to 5-3.