Spain snatches dramatic draw against England

A first half penalty from Adam Lallana and an early second half goal by Jamie Vardy had put England on course for victory but former Liverpool striker Iago Aspas scored on his international debut before Isco levelled the scores with virtually the last kick of the match.

Iago Aspas celebrates after scoring.

Spain scored twice in the dying moments of the game to come back from a two-goal deficit and draw 2-2 with England in an international friendly at the Wembley stadium.

A first half penalty from Adam Lallana and an early second half goal by Jamie Vardy had put England on course for victory but former Liverpool striker Iago Aspas scored on his international debut before Isco levelled the scores with virtually the last kick of the match.

England took the lead in the 9th minute when Spain goalkeeper Pepe Reina brought down Vardy in the 18-yard box and Liverpool midfielder Lallana converted the resulting spot kick. Lallana was substituted midway through the second half after scoring his third goal in as many games for his country.

Early on in the second half, Leicester striker Vardy doubled England's lead after heading in captain Jordan Henderson's cross at the back post.

The Three Lions seemed to be coasting before a late rally by Spain stunned them and the 80,000 plus crowd at the Wembley stadium.

In-form Celta Vigo forward Aspas, who came on for Vitolo, scored a brilliant goal after he cut in from the right and blasted it into the far post. And Real Madrid midfielder Isco completed the turnaround after flicking club-mate Dani Carvajal's cross through the legs of Tom Heaton to give Julen Lopetegui's men the share of the spoils.