Jorge Vilda, Spain coach
"I congratulated the girls for their work in the dressing room. We played well and were just missing the final ball. If we play like that, moving forwards we can take on any team. The group is open and our objective is to qualify for the quarters. The important thing is to prepare well for Scotland now."
"We couldn’t have got off to a worse start. We’re committing errors at the back and we need to cut them out. Small details make the difference at this level. We dominated but we could’ve done with creating more chances. We need to remember that we played against one of the best teams in the world, who’ll always hurt you. We’ll correct the errors and we’ll continue as we are and I genuinely believe that in this way we can beat anyone. We played our game, we fought when the ball was in the air, we battled physically, it’s just the two errors that annoy me but we’re looking forwards and are now focused on the Scotland game."
Well, that's that. A thoroughly professional evening's work from England, who maintain their perfect record at this year's Women's EURO. The Lionesses stood firm in the face of relentless Spanish possession in the first half, and then hit clinically on the break through Jodie Taylor towards the end of the second. It's a thumbs-up from England coach Mark Sampson.
England defeated New Zealand 49-46 to level up the three-match Series at 1-1 heading into the deciding match on Wednesday morning.
Sloane Stephens advanced to her first Grand Slam final at the US Open on Thursday night