England's defeat to Spain in their Inaugural Nations league clash at Wembley on Saturday night was overshadowed by a serious head injury to Manchester United's Luke Shaw, who was carried off following a heavy clash with Spain's Dani Carvajal early in the second half.
England's joy was short-lived as La Roja hit back two minutes later, as Rodrigo surged into the box before picking out Saul Niguez, who sent a fine low strike past Jordan Pickford.
But it could have been different, as England were denied a late equaliser after the referee judged Danny Welbeck to have fouled David De Gea, despite appearing to make no movement towards him or the ball.
England's World Cup satisfaction has been punctured by Spain on its homecoming.
Saul has many virtues as a player and is of a style that Spain doesn't have in abundance as he is more direct, gets forward well and gets goals.
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England were chasing shadows and when Kieran Trippier dived in to foul Marcos Alonso in the 32nd minute, the resulting free kick by Alcantara caught the home defence napping as Rodrigo guided the ball home at the near post.
The impact was audible from the stands and led to him leaving on a stretcher wearing an oxygen mask and a neck brace after lengthy treatment.
It was also a good night for David de Gea after the hard time he had in Russian Federation.
"We are under no illusion that Spain were the better team for long periods".
England reached the semifinals in Russian Federation, but lost to Croatia and then fell to Belgium in the third-place game.