Spain capitalized on the Slovakia implosion to secure their place in 16th with a 5-0 hammering at Seville that also knocked out their competitors.
Alvaro Morata's penalty, which was given by VAR, was saved by Martin Dubravka. Spain won in second place and will face Croatia in the last-16 in Copenhagen.
Slovakia was cautiously optimistic, believing that a point would be enough to move forward. However, Slovakia quickly lost all credibility after Sarabia scored Jordi Alba's low goal just 11 minutes into the second period.
Ferran Torres scored his first touch (67), as Sarabia became provider. Juraj Kucka then put in his own net to complete a terrible Slovakia performance and bring the Euro 2020 own-goal total to eight.