Spain qualified for the Euro 2020 after snatching a draw against Sweden in Stockholm in what was an entertaining affair. Both teams knew what they needed with the Swedish needing a win and Spain requiring a draw.

The match began at a frantic pace with the Spaniards creating opportunities without really testing Olsen in the Swedish goal. Sweden began to gain strength and had an excellent chance just after the 20-minute mark which was acrobatically saved by David De Gea.

The game continued to move in frantic pace and chances were created by both teams with neither scoring the crucial opening goal in the first half with Sweden gaining momentum towards the end of the game.

The home side continued to press home in the second half with De Gea tested from long range. Eventually, Spain was breached in the 50th minute through Berg who tipped a header in from close range after David De Gea who had already made a double save to deny the initial chances.

De Gea became the latest injury casualty leaving the game in the hour mark with a groin injury putting more stress on Manchester United already busy list.

Spain began to ramp up the pressure creating a number of chances but could not find a way past Olsen in goal. However, deep into added time substitute forward Rodrigo Moreno stepped up to guide the ball into the net from close range.

This came after Fabian had tested the goal with a decent low strike which was saved by Olsen before Moreno pounced on the rebound.

The draw left Spain at the top of Group F and five points clear of their hosts with a game left in the group. Sweden will have to qualify the hard way as they face a game away to Romania who are two points behind for the final automatic spot.