Luis Enrique's Spain: Six tasks he has to accomplish

Trippier said England need to beat top teams if they are to be in contention for trophies

The Spanish fell behind to a Marcus Rashford goal early on, but Saul Niguez grabbed an equaliser fairly quickly and Rodrigo Moreno went on to hit the victor.

Spain had 54.7 per cent of possession against England, a marked contrast to playing more than 1,000 passes against Russian Federation, but they compensated by shutting down their opponents with remarkable efficiency thanks to an intense pressing game, and maintained 85 per cent passing accuracy when they did have the ball.

"It's ridiculous to doubt De Gea".

Rodrigo Moreno then took advantage of poor marking at a free-kick to score the victor from close range after 32 minutes.

Shaw was one of few brought back into the fold, and the Man United full-back left the field on a stretcher and in a neck brace shortly after half-time, following a nasty collision with Dani Carvajal.

Kane, who scored six goals in seven games, was presented with the award by England manager Gareth Southgate before kick-off.

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England captain Harry Kane complained Dutch referee Danny Makkelie wasn't strong enough to allow Danny Welbeck's goal deep into stoppage time as the Three Lions lost 2-1 to Spain on Saturday (Sept 8).

"But we can see there's a period of time for those players to come through". "At moments we compete and we look like being able to create chances. Of that type of player, they've produced more than any other team in the world".

"That's what I want, to reduce the space and press a lot and against a team with three defenders it was very hard", Luis Enrique said.

"I'm very proud of the way the players finished the game because it was a night when you know you are playing against a top team. There's a lot of stuff we can learn from but I think we can hold our heads up high".

"He may have mistakes like everybody else, but we have one of the best in the world".

"But there is a level for us to go to and that is a really good challenge for us over the next couple of years".