Ten Spain players drug tested by UEFA
The two-time defending champions were forced to take an anti-doping control by UEFA on Saturday.
Two-time defending champions Spain's preparations for their Euro 2016 last 16 clash with Italy were disrupted as 10 players were forced to take an anti-doping control by UEFA on Saturday.
'On Saturday morning, 10 internationals were required by officials from UEFA's anti-doping control to do an out of competition test at their hotel base in Isle de Re,' the Spanish football federation said in a statement. The players were not named.
'Blood and urine tests were taken without any incident.'
Spain face Italy in a repeat of the Euro 2012 final in Paris on Monday.
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