The result left Spain top of the standings on 20 points and guaranteed a spot in the top two, with the Swedes second on 15, and Romania a point further back in third.
Yet, having drawn with both Norway and Sweden in their last two away matches, the Spaniards will have plenty of work to do if they want to be considered among the favourites at next year’s tournament, reported Reuters.
Said Valencia striker Rodrigo: “We need to improve, that is very clear.
“If we do not start winning more games, then our abilities will be questioned.
“That criticism would be logical and we must work harder as we prepare for next summer.