5 Talking Points from Spain's 3-1 Friendly Win Against Uruguay

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5 Talking Points from Spain's 3-1 Friendly Win Against Uruguay
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Two second-half goals from Barcelona's Pedro Rodriguez ensured Spain beat Uruguay 3-1 in their friendly match in Qatar.

Cesc Fabregas gave La Roja a first-half lead from 30 yards out, although goalkeeper Fernando Muslera will not want to see the replays.

Cristian "Cebolla" Rodriguez—who plays his football for Atletico Madrid in La Liga—equalised before halftime for the South Americans.

However, Pedro took his tally to eight goals in six games for Spain with a pair of second-half finishes, as Vicente del Bosque's side comfortably closed the game out.

Read on for five talking points the match threw up.

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