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Del Bosque's 100-match Spain reign in numbers

A record win, an unprecedented treble and a raft of new blood – UEFA.com takes a numerical look at Vicente del Bosque's century of matches as coach of Spain.

Vicente del Bosque's 100 games as Spain coach ©Getty Images

Spain's 1-0 win against Belarus on Sunday evening marked Vicente del Bosque's 100th game in charge of the European champions. UEFA.com crunches the numbers surrounding the former Real Madrid CF coach's tenure with the national team.

Spain's record-breaking margin of victory over Italy in the UEFA EURO 2012 final. Goals from Cesc Fàbregas, Jordi Alba, Fernando Torres and Juan Mata completed a historic treble for the Roja.

Del Bosque has been in charge for seven years, having succeeded Luis Aragonés soon after the Roja's UEFA EURO 2008 triumph. He was undaunted by the task, however, leading Spain to two glorious summers, in 2010 and 2012.

The biggest winning margin of Del Bosque's reign came at the 2013 FIFA Confederations Cup, as Tahiti were swept aside 10-0 with the help of four goals from Torres.

The longest winning streak of Del Bosque's tenure was 13 games, starting with a 3-0 friendly defeat of Denmark. The run was ended with a 2-0 loss to the United States in the Confederations Cup semi-finals.

Spain celebrate their 2012 triumph
Spain celebrate their 2012 triumph©Getty Images

Despite accusations of being overly loyal to some players, Del Bosque has not been afraid to blood new talent. Indeed he has given debuts to 57 players, including the likes of Gerard Piqué and Sergio Busquets.

The total number of goals Spain have conceded in the last 100 games. Somewhat more impressively, they let in just three goals in 13 matches during the 2010 FIFA World Cup and UEFA EURO 2012 final tournaments.

The number of caps won by Sergio Ramos during Del Bosque's time in charge, more than any other player.

Seven players have made it to a century of caps under Del Bosque. Andoni Zubizarreta and Raúl González were the only two Spanish centurions before he took over, but have since been joined on triple figures by Iker Casillas, Xavi Hernández, Ramos, Xabi Alonso, Torres, Andrés Iniesta and Carles Puyol.

The minute in which Iniesta's sweetly-struck volley against the Netherlands in the 2010 final in South Africa made Spain world champions for the first time.

The total number of goals scored by Del Bosque's men during his century of games at the helm. Former spearhead David Villa tops the list with 41 of those.