In the last few minutes of the clash at the top of Group D it seemed certain that the game would be heading for a draw until Perisic found the back of the net in the 87th minute. Twitter went into meltdown, then realised that was Spain's first European Championship loss since 2004, double meltdown, then realised they'd face Italy in the last 16, triple meltdown. Oh, by the way, it was all Bayern Munich's fault...
— ITV Football (@itvfootball) June 21, 2016
Spain's defeat was their first loss at the Euros since 2004.
A run of 4,385 days. pic.twitter.com/L5xEksepBx
— Team FA (@TeamFA) June 21, 2016
Spain finish 2nd in their group behind Croatia. Spain will face Italy in the last 16. pic.twitter.com/pYo3e8JEHY
— 101 Great Goals (@101greatgoals) June 21, 2016
—#ESP conceding a goal at the Euros. 🔒
— Bleacher Report UK (@br_uk) June 21, 2016
Last time Spain lost a game in Euros pic.twitter.com/moxLPMHGgq
— Troll Football (@TrollFootball) June 21, 2016
When Spain last lost at European Championships there was no such thing as Twitter or YouTube… #CROESP
— Copa90 (@Copa90) June 21, 2016