Euro 2016: Spain beaten 1-0 by Georgia in final warm-up match

Tornike Okriashvili (left) celebrates his winner for Georgia
Okriashvili gave Georgia their first win since beating Gibraltar in Euro 2016 qualifying in October

European champions Spain were beaten 1-0 by Georgia in their final warm-up game before Euro 2016.

A poor Jordi Alba pass led to Georgia midfielder Tornike Okriashvili scoring the only goal on 40 minutes.

Spain boss Vicente del Bosque had his Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid players available for the first time since last month's Champions League final.

But his side, who had not lost since March 2015, lacked the creativity to beat the world's 137th-ranked team.

Spain are aiming to win their third successive European title at Euro 2016, which will be hosted by France.

They face the Czech Republic in Toulouse on Monday before further group matches against Croatia and Turkey.

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