Spain cruised to a comfortable 2-0 victory over Bolivia at the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan Stadium on Friday night as La Roja stepped their World Cup defence up a gear.
In the first of two pre-World Cup friendlies, second-half goals from Fernando Torres and Andres Iniesta delivered a routine win for Vicente del Bosque's men.
Playing without any members of the Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid squads, much of the interest in Friday's game fixated on how Spain would line up and whether Del Bosque would look to test peripheral options.
Predictably, the manager evenly distributed playing time amongst his star-studded squad while also allowing less-experienced players such as Alberto Moreno and Ander Iturraspe opportunities to impress.
Across the following sides, we examine six things we learned from Spain's triumph on the night.