“I’m happy because of the confidence of the coach,” Isco said to Teledeporte after the 2-1 victory.
“I think any of us who plays can write the headlines.
“We’re content with the three points because that is what we were looking for.
“I have finished the season very well, and confidence is key for anyone.
“Now we need to rest as the season has been very long.
“I think the game against Italy is going to be the most important match in the group, but we play at home, so I hope the [Estadio Santiago] Bernabeu is a stronghold.”
Spain will host Italy on September 2, which could turn out to be the 1st place decider, as both teams have 12 points each.