Captain Sergio Ramos scored his 16th goal of the season - and his fifth chipped penalty - as Spain edged past Norway in their opening Euro 2020 qualifying game, ONA reports quoting BBC.
Defender Ramos converted a 'Panenka' style spot-kick for the winning goal.
Former Bolton loanee Rodrigo scored the opener on his home ground in Valencia before Bournemouth's Joshua King equalised with a penalty for Norway.
Spain won the European Championship in 1964, 2008 and 2012.
They dominated the contest with 75% possession and 26 shots, with Atletico Madrid striker Alvaro Morata, who is on loan from Chelsea, missing a number of chances for the hosts.
But he did earn Spain's penalty when tripped in the box by Norway goalkeeper Rune Jarstein, allowing Real Madrid centre-back Ramos to step up and dink in his 10th penalty of the season to take his tally to 90 career goals.