Attacking midfielder Mikel Oyarzabal climbed off the bench to score three times in the second half and helped Spain to a 5-0 friendly victory over Andorra on Wednesday in its penultimate warm-up game before Euro 2024.

Spain manager Luis de la Fuente fielded a much-changed squad, but it dominated from the start and former Newcastle United and Leicester City forward Ayoze Perez gave the host the lead in the 24th minute.

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Real Sociedad’s Oyarzabal, who was one of four substitutions at halftime, extended Spain’s lead in the 53rd minute with a tidy finish, scored the third on a quick counter in the 66th and got his hat-trick in the 73rd when he fired home a rebound from inside the box.

Ferran Torres wrapped a comprehensive victory eight minutes later on another counter-attack.

Spain faces Northern Ireland on Saturday in its final warm-up game before it starts its Euros campaign on June 15 against Croatia in Group B. It will also take on Italy and Albania.