Vicente del Bosque admitted he was “not completely satisfied” with Spain’s performance against Romania as “we lacked depth”.
A much-changed La Roja were forced to settle for a second draw in as many games after they struggled to break down a resolute Romanian side, who had chances of their own to win the match, leaving the Coach with little in the way of positives.
“Romania had a very good game,” he said after the game.
“They didn’t let us play our brand of football. They’re a good national team.
“I’m not completely satisfied with the two games. We lacked depth in general.
“[On Sergio Rico not being given his debut], I’m happy with goalkeepers who have played.
“I used the changes to win the game. There will be another time for Rico’s debut.”