Bartra starts in Spain's 3–1 victory over Bosnia and Herzegovina
The FC Barcelona defender plays all 90 minutes; blaugrana goalkeeper Marc-André ter Stegen plays 45 for Germany
In an international friendly on Sunday in St. Gallen, Switzerland, the Spain national team easily beat Bosnia and Herzegovina, 3–1, in their first tune-up match ahead of this summer's Euro 2016 in France, which begins on 10 June.
Celta striker Nolito notched a first-half brace and former FC Barcelona striker Pedro Rodríguez put the game away with a late goal. Defender Emir Spahić scored the lone goal for Bosnia and Herzegovina but he was sent off in first-half injury time following a run-in with César Azpilicueta.
FC Barcelona centre-back Marc Bartra started and played all 90 minutes. Barça midfielder Andrés Iniesta, who did not play, joined the team today at their training base in Austria, where they will continue to work out ahead of their next friendly. Spain face South Korea on 1 June.
In other action Sunday, FC Barcelona goalkeeper Marc-André ter Stegen played the whole second half in Germany's 3–1 loss to Slovakia. Ter Stegen replaced BerndLeno in net.