Hector Bellerin was a halftime substitute in Spain’s last game before the Euros but could not stop his side losing, embarrassingly, to Georgia.

The international minnows, who are 137th in the World, beat one of the favourites for the upcoming Euros on their own soil thanks to a goal from Tornike Okriashvili in the 40th minute.

Heading out at the group stage in the last World Cup, Vicente del Bosque is under pressure for this tournament and this result will have done nothing to placate the Spanish fans.

Hector earned his third cap when he was brought on at the break for Juanfran with his side already a goal down.

Reports emerged after the game that Arsenal are set to offer Hector a new deal in order to fend off interest from Barcelona. You can read more on that here.

Spain v Georgia highlights:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rrXjbjRQtRc

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