|Harry Kane has urged England fans to keep the faith despite Spain teaching the Three Lions a footballing lesson.|
The European champions dominated possession as they ran out 2-0 winners in Friday night's friendly clash in Alicante.
Spain's comfortable victory ended England's 15-match unbeaten run ahead of next summer's European Championship finals.
But Kane insists players - and supporters - should remain confident about England's Euro 2016 chances.
"People need to stay patient," the Tottenham striker said, ahead of another friendly against France on Tuesday night.
"We're not going to win every game. We're playing these teams for a reason, to get experience.
"We've got to stay confident. We know what we want to do and what we want to achieve.
"We've got another tough test against France (on Tuesday), which we want to win.
"We've got to keep doing things right, don't panic and go from there."
In fairness to England, they did create chances against the European champions. Ryan Bertrand and Raheem Sterling impressed down the left and Kane went close with a venomous drive which flew a foot wide of Iker Casillas' goal.
Chelsea defender Gary Cahill does not believe England were outclassed on the Costa Blanca.
"We knew it was going to be tough, we knew the ability they had and I thought the result flattered them, even though they had a lot of the ball," the England vice-captain said.
"For 70 minutes, I thought we were well in the game but goals change games, it was a special goal and it opened it up."
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