The shock draw means Spain are now two points behind France going into their crunch World Cup qualifier on Tuesday, which the world champions need to win.
“We completely dominated for 90 minutes but we didn’t have luck in the final third,” coach Del Bosque.
“We have been touched by a magic wand in terms of luck in recent years, but we didn’t have any today.
“There is no need to be pessimistic because we still hold our destiny in our own hands. We have to go to France and win and after that there are still three more games.”
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