The goal kicked off an eventual 6-1 rout for the two-time reigning European champions.
SALZBURG, Austria (AP) — Forwards Manuel "Nolito" Agudo and Alvaro Morata each scored twice as Spain routed South Korea 6-1 in a warmup game Wednesday ahead of the European Championship.
David Silva and Cesc Fabregas also found the net as the defending champions showed remarkable efficiency in attack after being held 0-0 for the opening half hour.
Silva broke the deadlock with a stunning 25-yard free kick in the 30th before Fabregas and Nolito added within few minutes.
Watch Silva's beautiful dead-ball strike below:
A header by Morata and Nolito's second put Spain 5-0 up after 54 minutes. South Korean midfielder Ju Se-jong sent a deflected shot past debutant goalkeeper Sergio Rico in the 83rd before Morata netted again in the final minutes.
Spain plays Georgia in Getafe on Tuesday in its final friendly before traveling to France.