A Spain side made up of the country’s under-21s players claimed a comfortable win against the senior side of Lithuania in their final friendly before Euro 2020.
No senior players featured for La Furia Roja after captain Sergio Busquets had tested positive for Covid-19 on Sunday.
However, Spain’s talent was on full display as they were too strong for their opponents as they led 2-0 at half-time through goals from Hugo Guillamon and Brahim Diaz.
Juan Miranda made it 3-0 before Javi Puado got a fourth late on to complete a comprehensive 4-0 victory over the Lithuanians.
Spain’s starting XI featured 10 debutants with Eibar’s Bryan Gil being the only player to have previously been capped already.
It was the youngest-ever side fielded in Spain’s history, with an average age of 22 years and 102 days.
Spain begin their Euro 2020 campaign in Group E against Sweden in Seville on 14 June, before facing Poland on 19 June and Slovakia on 23 June to round up the group.
The Spanish are overwhelming favourites to top the group but it remains to be seen if they do manage to have a strong showing following the disappointment at the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia.