88 minutes A Spanish substitute goalkeeper Misa Rodriguez has been booked for opposing a goal.
86 minutes A long distance shot from Mariana was saved by Earps. I think it was going wide anyway.
Rousseau paraded the muscle apart from the goal, but I don’t think there was enough contact for a foul. Millie Bright is back in defence, Greenwood moves to left-back.
It was a tough target, England would care. Stanway played a fine pass to Ganja on the right corner of the box. She moved to her left foot and swam a deep cross toward the far post, where Rousseau fought to win the header against Parades. The ball bounced off Rousseau towards Tuon, who overtook Panos from five yards.
Paredes is stalled down, and Spain is furious that a foul was not awarded. There didn’t seem to be much wrong with Rousseau’s challenge, and the goal stands.
Ella Toon equalized for England!!
83 minutes Yes, England have switched in the last three of Greenwood, Williamson and Bronze, with Rousseau bright up front.
82 minutes Another change for England: Alex Greenwood in place of Rachel Daly. It looks like Millie Bright is heading to the front.
80 minutes Battle won another corner for Spain, who are more likely to score a second than to concede an equalizer.
79 min: Chance for Spain! A free-kick from Spain goes towards Sheila Garcia near the penalty spot. She chests it and hits a shot at Williamson’s lead in the six-yard box before retreating for a corner.
77 min: Spain Substitution: Sheila Garcia replaced goaltender Esther Gonzalez, who put forward a helluva shift.
76 min: Chance for England! Toone and Stanway have snapshots blocked by Peredes. The ball also runs across the field of ganja, which is more than 12 yards high and wide. It wasn’t the smoothest chance, and on reflection he probably should have taken a touch.
73 minutes Athenia Nutmeg Deli is on the edge of the field again, but this time she went past her cutback. His introduction at half time was an inspired and potentially decisive move by Jorge Vilda; He has given Daly a tough time.
71 minutes England can’t create any offensive momentum. They look a bit lost, in truth, Walsh is the only player to have been in constant possession.
71 min: Spain substitution Laia Aleixandri replaced the surprise selection Teresa Abellira, who had a really good midfield game.
69 minutes Mappy Lyon is leading well into Kelly’s other corner under pressure from Rousseau.
69 minutes Kelly’s inswinging corner is punched by Panos for another…
68 minutes Kelly won a corner for England. There is a suggestion, by the way, that Ganja was offside in the 60th minute in the making of that penalty appeal, so perhaps England were not robbed.
67 minutes Daly plays a one-two with Walsh, who is in with an excellent second half, and picks up a shot from 20 yards that is saved comfortably by Panos. This is England’s first shot on target in the game.
65 Minutes: Great Savings From Earps! Del Castillo is causing all kinds of problems to the deli. She slams to the right and swims a mishit cross* that is gracefully overcome by backpedaling earcups. A loose ball almost falls for Gonzalez but Bright is about to come clean.
* I feel. If it was a shot, it was genius.
65 minutes Suddenly, England is 25 minutes away from an unwanted BBC exit montage.
64 min: England substitution Ella Toon replaces Fran Kirby, who had a disappointingly quiet game.
63 minutes Panis flies to the edge of his field and defeats Hemp over a spectacular high pass at the Walsh.
60 mins: England penalty appeal! Ganja goes down in the area after a clumsy challenge from the battle, but the referee gives Spain a free-kick. I think it’s a foul on hemp, although I don’t expect VAR to reverse it on the grounds that it wasn’t clear and obvious. No punishment.
59 minutes Here is the goal of Spain. It was not good to defend against England.
58 min: England substitution Alessia Russo and Chloe Kelly replace Ellen White and … Beth Mead. This is a brave call from Sarina Wigman.
57 minutes You don’t need me to tell you this is the first goal England have scored in Euros. They’re going to bring in Alessia Russo and Chloe Kelly.
56 minutes It was a lovely play from del Castillo, but poor defense from Daly, who made a distinctly wrong decision and tried to win a ball that was always going to be del Castillo’s.
Daly commits himself Nutmeg was made on the edge of the field and by del Castillo. He cut the ball back to Gonzalez, who had enough room behind both Earps and Bright to turn and pull a low shot.
Esther Gonzalez puts Spain ahead!
52 minutes England have been much better since the hiatus, at least without the ball. It’s still a bit of a hot potato when they have it.
49 minutes White Screw Stanway’s cross was well wide from 15 yards, though she was offside anyway.
49 minutes The pressure from England has been more aggressive since half time.
47 minutes The free-kick is delayed because of the demonstrators on the field. Eventually it turns to the away post, where Williamson is penalized for a challenge on Mariana. I’m not sure he did much wrong though as Mapia Leone cleared the ball anyway.