Spain secured their place in the Nations League final after a dramatic 2-1 win over Italy in Enschede, Netherlands.
Spain took an early lead when Yeremy Pino dispossessed Italy veteran Leonardo Bonucci near his own area and slotted home Spain’s first goal.
Italy equalised from the spot through Ciro Immobile after Robin le Normand, making his Spain debut, handled in the penalty area.
But Spain had the last word when Joselu, who came off the bench, tapped in from close range after Rodri’s shot took a deflection.
The goal capped off a remarkable late-career resurgence for Espanyol striker Joselu.
The 33-year-old only earned his first cap for Spain in March and has now scored three goals in three games.
He was also one of La Liga’s top scorers this season with 16 goals, behind only Barcelona’s Robert Lewandowski and Real Madrid’s Karim Benzema, despite his team being relegated.
Joselu will now have a chance to win his first trophy with Spain on Sunday.
Spain, who lost to France in last year’s Nations League final, will face Croatia in Rotterdam for the title.
Italy will play against Netherlands, who lost to Croatia in Wednesday’s semi-final, for third place earlier on Sunday.