Spain are still in a fight to ensure automatic qualification to Euro 2016, but they produced a much needed and expected victory on Saturday, rolling over Belarus, 3-0.
Isco got the Spaniards on the board early, and with an absolutely gorgeous strike. On the edge of the penalty area, he picked up a pass from Koke and curled a stunner to the near post that Belarus goalkeeper Yuri Zhevnov had no chance of keeping out of the back of the net.
Just a minute later, Spain scored again, and there was no way back into the game from Belarus. Sergio Busquets was the unlikely scorer with a hopeful long-range shot that probably wasn't going anywhere good before it took a deflection, fooling Zhevnov and sailing over the line to double La Roja's lead.
As they're known to do, Spain did a lot of passing the ball in circles as a form of defending. They added another goal in the 55th minute through Pedro, off a cutback ball by Juanfran. From there, the hosts had little incentive to attack, and Belarus couldn't do anything about it.
Spain: Casillas, Alba, Pique, Ramos, Juanfran, Busquets (Bruno 46'), Isco (Morata 80'), Koke, Cazorla (Callejon 69'), Alcacer, Pedro
Goals: Isco (18'), Busquets (19'), Pedro (55')
Belarus: Zhevnov, Palitsevich, Matveichyk, Martynovich (Bordachev 31'), Yanushkevich, Balanovich, Krivets (Kislyak 80'), Nekhajchik, Kalachev, Dragun, Kornilenko (Signevich 67')