Spain thrashed Slovakia 5-0 to secure their spot in the Euro 2020 last 16, recording the equal biggest win in tournament history.
La Roja have been jeered and booed during the tournament after opening the Euros with draws against Sweden and Poland.
Aymeric Laporte put Spain 2-0 up on the stroke of half-time, before second-half strikes from Pablo Sarabia, Ferran Torres and a Juraj Kucka own goal.
“We will go step by step. I’ve spoken about what I believe we can achieve and the expectations we have as a national team and I haven’t changed my opinion,” Spain boss Luis Enrique told his media conference.
“We have certainly popped that bottle of Cava, therefore we are delighted, we are pleased the fans and players have had a good time. Now its time for us to get another bottle of Cava and see if we can pop that too.”
“They are a top team with players we know well, we played in the Nations League two years ago as well,” Luis Enrique said.
“It will be a tough match but when you get to last 16 you cant expect easy teams.”
Viktor Claesson scored a 90th minute winner to send Sweden into the last 16, where they will face Ukraine.