Sweden were able to keep Spain at bay to earn a 0-0 draw on Monday as Luis Enrique’s side settled for just one point on a disappointing day.
However, Spain toppled some of their own records against the Swedes, who were content to let Spain have their trademark possession for all 90 minutes.
The points are shared between Spain and Sweden in their opening Group E match, despite Spain dominating most of the game and Olsen had to be in fine form to deny the three-time winners.
However, the best opportunity fell to Sweden in the second half after Isak perfectly picked out Berg at the far post, but the striker somehow missed an open goal from just a couple of yards out.
Spain kept pushing forward and Moreno went close late on, but they just couldn’t find the breakthrough goal.
This draw means that Slovakia remain top of the group, with Spain and Sweden behind them on one point each. Spain will face Poland next time out, while Sweden face Slovakia.