The Three Lions' UEFA Nations League opener got off to the best start when Marcus Rashford put England ahead in the early stages of an entertaining contest.
Against England, Spain had far less possession than they were used to under World Cup caretaker coach Fernando Hierro and predecessors Julen Lopetegui and Vicente del Bosque but played with more goal and were more direct than before. "He scored a goal and he was in the penalty box more".
Gareth Southgate also offered a positive update on Shaw's injury, while the full back himself also reassured fans that he felt fine afterwards.
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.
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"In the second half we knew how to cope under pressure and that's an important thing for us, that we stuck together in tough moments like in the second half".
The 23-year-old collided with Spain's Dani Carvajal in the second half at Wembley and required lengthy treatment, eventually being taken from the field on a stretcher wearing a neck brace and an oxygen mask. Danny Rose came on to replace him.
England weathered the storm though and pressed late on for an equaliser with De Gea forced into several good saves.
And though backed by a packed-out Wembley and the tiresome England Band, Southgate's side were unable to restore parity.
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After struggling in the World Cup semi-final against Croatia, Jordan Henderson once again failed to rise to the occasion against one of Europe's best teams and if England are to become a major force he must begin to dictate play from midfield.
"But I've got to give the players enormous credit because it was a game where we could've folded and disappeared but we didn't". "I've seen teams fold in similar circumstances".
Tottenham full-back Kieran Trippier said there was no reason for alarm despite the defeat, which follows losses to Croatia in the last four in Russian Federation and to Belgium in the third-place play-off.
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