Spain: Casillas; Sergio Ramos (Capdevila 60'),
Piqué, Puyol (Marchena 60'), Arbeloa; Busquets; David Silva
(Jesús Navas 60'), Xabi Alonso, Xavi (Javi Martínez 74'), Iniesta
(Pedro 60'); David Villa (Llorente 70'). 4-1-4-1.
Saudi Arabia: Waleed Ali; Shuhail, Osama Hawsawi, Al Mousa, Mishal Al Saeed (Khairat 89'); Ateef (Abdullatifa 84'), Khariri; Abdoh Autef (Asiri 68'), Al Fraidi (Al Sheri 60'), Al Numare (Jezawi 82'); Saran (Al Sahlawi 65'). 4-2-3-1.
0-1. 16. Osama. Got ahead of Casillas to head Abdoh corner in to net.
1-1. 30. David Villa. Steered header wide of Waleed from Iniesta's cross.
2-1. 59. Xabi Alonso. Fired low shot past keeper after Iniesta pass blocked.
2-2. 73. Al Numare. Deflected Al Sahlawi shot off his back past Casillas.
3-2. 91. Llorente. Got above defence to head Alonso corner past Waleed.
A last minute goal from substitute Llorente gave Spain a narrow 3-2 win over Saudi Arabia in the first of their World Cup warm-up games in Austria. It was a slightly worrying performance though, a full strength side falling behind in the tenth minute when Osama headed a corner past Casillas. It was not until the half hour mark that Spain equalised, David Villa heading in a cross from his new Barcelona team-mate Iniesta. And although Sergio Ramos and Villa went close a couple of times before the break, a second goal only came well in to the second half when Xabi Alonso drove a loose ball back past Waleed with attentions distracted by a host of substitutes about to come on to the pitch. Del Bosque gave debuts to Pedro and Javi Martínez, but the Saudis levelled the scores when Al Sahlawi's shot took a deflection off the back of Al Numare to wrong-foot Casillas. And although Jesús Navas tested Waleed near the end, it looked as if a draw was on the cards until Llorente got on the end of Xabi Alonso's corner to head home the winner.