The Nations League has shown that there is little to choose from between the top teams in Europe, with Spain's trip to Prague adding to that statement.
Luis Enrique stated before the match that he expected a stiff challenge from Czech Republic, who's last defeat in an official match in Prague dates back to 2017 against Germany. His words proved prophetic, as Spain found themselves behind inside four minutes.
The early deficit wasn't all that shocking given some of the other surprise results we've seen in the Nations League thus far. England fell to Hungary, Denmark got the better of France at the Stade de France, Belgium were torn apart by the Netherlands at home and Croatia fell to Austria in heavy fashion.
Nevertheless, the Czech Republic's opening strike was the fastest conceded by Luis Enrique's side in his 39 matches at the helm. Thankfully for La Roja, they managed to battle back thanks to an historic Gavi goal before the stroke of half time, who at 17 years and 304 days, became Spain's youngster ever goalscorer.
The previous record holder was Ansu Fati, who scored against Ukraine in Valdebebas at 17 years and 311 days.
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