Stingy as it may be, Spain's defenders are still a little worried about their rematch with Mario Balotelli and Italy in the European Championship final.
Spain's bid to win a third straight major title comes Sunday at Kiev's Olympic Stadium, where the Mediterranean rivals meet for a second time after starting Euro 2012 with a 1-1 draw.
Spain has reached the final with the fewest goals conceded since West Germany went on to win the tournament 40 years ago. Spain's defense hasn't conceded a goal in its last nine knockout games.
Balotelli scored twice against Germany in the semifinals. Defender Sergio Ramos says "it would be a lie to say I'm not worried about them, but we are not obsessing over" Italy.