Wins ensure Spanish and Dutch move into last four at Euro 2013
Real Madrid's Alvaro Morata made it two late winners in a row for holders Spain as they moved into the semi-finals of the UEFA European Under-21 Championship in Israel.
Morata, who scored a last-gasp goal against Russia in the opening fixture of Group B, repeated the trick by coming off the bench to score in the 86th minute against Germany and secure another 1-0 victory.
It was an impressive finish from the young striker, who powered past his marker before scoring from a tight angle.
The result puts Spain into the last four and means Germany are out.
Earlier in the day Holland also registered their second victory in a row in Group B as they won 5-1 against ten-man Russia with five different players getting on the scoresheet.
The impressive Georginio Wijnaldum opened the scoring six minutes before half-time with a 30-yard cracker; and Russia were in further trouble when Nikita Chicherin was dismissed soon after the break.
Luuk de Jong made it 2-0 and although Denis Cheryshev replied, Ola John, Danny Hoesen and Leroy Fer completed a comfortable victory with late goals for the Dutch. Russia joined Germany and England out in the Finals.
Holland, who won the tournament in 2006 and 2007, are now one of the favourites for the title again but know Spain - who they face next - will be serious contenders too having lifted the trophy in 2011.