Arsenal goalkeeper David Raya was in international action on Friday night as Spain contested a friendly against Colombia at the London Stadium.

The Gunners man played the opening 45 minutes of the match as La Roja looked to fine-tune their preparations ahead of Euro 2024.

Raya, who joined Arsenal in an initial loan move from Brentford last summer, was making his fourth appearance for Spain.

Although the 2010 World Cup winners fell to a 1-0 defeat to Colombia, the Arsenal man wasn’t responsible for the goal conceded.

The Arsenal ace enjoyed a fairly quiet evening whilst on shift, and the Spanish press was quietly impressed with his efforts.

Marca gave Raya a 6 out of 10 rating as they suggested the Gunners man has what it takes to make it difficult for Spain first-choice Unai Simon.

‘He had a good opportunity to try to make it difficult for Unai Simon,’ they wrote.

‘He dealt with Colombia’s two shots well and without problems in the first half. Replaced at half-time by Remiro.’

Fellow Spanish outlet Sport also gave Raya a 6 out of 10 rating, writing: ‘The Arsenal goalkeeper lived very comfortably.

‘He only had to intervene in two long-range shots that he saved without problems before being substituted at half-time. In the game he proved to be precise with his feet.’