Spain started without a traditional center forward, using Cesc Fabregas as the attacking spearhead, and the Barcelona midfielder equalized in the 64th.
The draw ended a 14-match winning streak for Spain,
In other developments, Russia's football federation warned fans that hooliganism could cost the team points on Wednesday when UEFA hears its case. Video emerged Saturday of Russia fans attacking stadium stewards in Wroclaw after beating the Czech Republic, 4-1, on Friday.
Is Nowak moving on? A report in Saturday's Edinburgh Evening News said Union coach Peter Nowak has submitted a resumé to Scottish Premier League team Hearts, seeking the coaching job formerly held by Paulo Sergio, who rejected a new contract offer.
Nowak told the Daily News via text that the report was "absolute false."
However, Barry Anderson, who wrote the piece for the Edinburgh paper, stuck to his story. When asked by the Daily News about Nowak's chances of getting the job, Anderson responded, "I'm not sure of his chances. I just know he applied."
Nowak, 47, was a legendary player in Poland. As a coach he guided D.C. United to the MLS Cup title in 2004 and in 2008 led the United States under-23 team at the Beijing Games. The Union is 21-30-24 in MLS matches under Nowak.
The team beat its player development affiliate Reading United, 3-2, on Saturday night on an own goal by Reading's Tyler Newnam.
Whitecaps roll. Darren Mattocks scored twice to lead the Vancouver Whitecaps to a 3-1 victory over the visiting Houston Dynamo in Major League Soccer.
Jordan Harvey added a late goal for Vancouver.
Daily News staff writer Kerith Gabriel contributed to this story.