Spain brushed aside Belarus on Saturday night, hammering them 3-0 in Huelva.
Spain's Euro 2016 qualification campaign got back on track on Saturday with a 3-0 win over Belarus in Huelva on Saturday.
The Euro 2008, 2012 and World Cup 2010 champions came back down to earth with a bump in the summer, crashing out of the World Cup group stage in Brazil this summer.
And when they lost their second Euro 2016 qualifying game against Slovakia, questions were asked over whether Spain could ever return to their international dominance.
However, the 3-0 win over Belarus has got things back on track for Spain, and here are some of the best pictures that tell the story of the game...
Isco got the ball rolling for Spain in the 18th minute, with the Real Madrid midfielder opening the scoring with a stunning strike from the edge of the box.
The former Malaga star collected the ball 25 yards out, shifted the ball onto his right foot and curled home a superb long range shot in to the top corner, giving the Belarus goalkeeper no chance.
Sergio Busquets then made it two just one minute later, driving a deflected shot into the bottom corner from just outside the penalty area.
The Barcelona midfielder went almost 70 games without scoring a goal for Spain, but has now scored twice in his last three outings - a rarity for the holding midfielder.
Following neat work from Santi Cazorla and Juanfran down the right hand side, Pedro turned the ball home to make it 3-0 in the 55th minute.
The Barcelona forward has recently been linked with Arsenal, and having most been in the shadow of Lionel Messi, Neymar and Luis Suarez at the Camp Nou, his goal was a big boost for him.
It was a vital win for manager Vicente del Bosque. Despite his incredible achievements in the previous four years, football can be a "what have you done for me lately?" spot - as the former Real Madrid boss has seen in recent months.
The defeat to Slovakia has caused huge question marks over his future as Spain boss, but the convincing 3-0 win over Belarus at least buys him some time and some confidence from fans again.
Another Real Madrid icon in the firing line of late has been goalkeeper Iker Casillas. After struggling at the World Cup and in that defeat to Slovakia, Casillas appeared to have lost his place between the sticks to Manchester United stopper David de Gea.
However, a hand injury for de Gea meant Casillas was back in goal for Spain, and a clean sheet - no matter who the opponents were - was much needed for him.
The game also saw Napoli forward Jose Callejon handed his first cap for his country at the age of 27. The former Real Madrid winger has eight goals in 11 Serie A games this season, and was finally recognised by his country.
Chelsea have been linked with a move for Callejon as he's something of a Jose Mourinho favourite from their time together at Real Madrid, and his impressive performances in Italy will lead to more speculation, and possibly more caps.
Finally, the man of the match was Real Madrid playmaker Isco. Even aside from his opening goal, the 22-year-old was neat and inventive in possession.
Manager del Bosque criticised Isco after the game for being too elegant, but after a run in the Real Madrid side, he's playing some of the best football of his young career.