Finland produced a great performance to hold World and European champions Spain to a 1-1 draw in Gijon.
The visitor's plan was clear from the start: Defend.
It worked admirably in the first half too, La Roja huffed and puffed but were reduced to long range shots against one bank of four and another of five.
On his 100th cap for his country though, Sergio Ramos headed Spain 1-0 up early in the second half.
From there it looked like being another easy win for Vicente Del Bosque's men, except there was to be a final twist.
With 10 minutes remaining, Finland countered and a cross from the left was turned in by Teemu Pukki to earn his side a share of the points.
FIFA World Cup 2014 Qualifier: El Molinon, Gijon, Spain
Spain 1-0 Finland (Ramos - Pukki) (2nd half)
Spain: Valdes; Arbeloa, Ramos, Pique, Alba; Busquets, Iniesta, Cazorla (Pedro); Silva, Fabregas (Mata), Villa (Negredo)
Finland: Maenpa; Moisander, Toivio, Ring, Raitala; Arkivuo, Tainio (Sparv); Hamäläinen, R.Eremenko, Hetemaj; Pukki (Halsti)