Hector Bellerin was on the bench for the entire match… again.
In the first half, Sergio Ramos managed to get booked in the fasted time since 2004.
00:58 – Sergio Ramos' booking is the fastest at the Euros since Aleksandrs Isakovs of Latvia was booked after 00:40 v Germany in 2004. Rash.
— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) June 17, 2016
It was all pretty sedate until the 34th minute when Arsenal target, Alvaro Morata, scored, quickly followed by Nolito.
— Primos del Fútbol (@PrimosDelFutbol) June 17, 2016
A couple of minutes into the second half, Morata scored his second, causing me to morph into the human version of the eye emoji.
— Sky Sport (@SkySport) June 17, 2016
And that’s about it.