Spain suffered its first defeat in Euro qualifying since 2014. There were 17 victories and two draws.
For the first time since 2014, the Spanish national team failed to qualify for the Euros.
The Spanish were defeated by Scotland (0:2) on Tuesday, ending their undefeated record.
Before, Spain had 17 victories and two ties in European Championship qualifying.
Scott McTominay scored twice as Scotland defeated Spain to seize control of their Euro 2024 qualifying campaign.
The Manchester United midfielder, who scored twice in Saturday’s 3-0 win against Cyprus, scored after only seven minutes at Hampden Park.
La Roja failed to make an impact against Steve Clarke’s much better team, with Stuart Armstrong, Ryan Christie, and Lyndon Dykes all going close.
Shortly after the break, McTominay scored Scotland’s first goal against Spain since 1984 by volleying in Kieran Tierney’s deflected cross.
Steve Clarke’s team leads Group A after two wins in their first two games.
Spain vs Scotland: Match Review
In preparation for Spain’s arrival, Scotland began three players that came from the bench against Cyprus on Saturday.
After beating Norway 3-0, Spain made eight adjustments, and Joselu, a former striker for Stoke and Newcastle who scored twice off the bench on Saturday, received his first start.
Scotland got things going quickly, and McTominay carried on where he left off by scoring from Andy Robertson’s cutback after just seven minutes.
Hampden burst out laughing.
Dani Ceballos tried to get Mikel Oyarzabal to react quickly, but he failed to touch the ball, and it rolled out.
Stuart Armstrong was located outside the penalty area by John McGinn in the fifteenth minute, but his shot just missed the goal post.
In his second appearance for Scotland, goalkeeper Angus Gunn stayed steady as Spain attempted to equalize the game again, save Joselou’s header before the Espanyol striker cannoned another shot off the crossbar.