Read on for Sports Mole's analysis of the 90 minutes in the Gdansk Stadium.
On target 6
On target 6
Was the result fair?
Spain may well have controlled the encounter in terms of possession, but Italy were well worth their point.
Quite why Vicente Del Bosque didn't start the match with a striker is a head scratcher. Although Torres fluffed every chance that went his way after his introduction, it highlighted that a striker was required from the word go.
Typically Italian! While at times it wasn't pretty, Cesare Prandelli's side did everything they needed to in order to secure a draw. The composure that Antonio Di Natale showed in front of goal is also worth a mention.
Sports Mole's man of the match
Andres Iniesta: You run out of superlatives to describe the Spanish and Barcelona attacker. He was at the centre of anything good that the Spaniards conjured up against their opponents. His ability to glide past defenders is a joy to watch.
No complaints about the performance of Hungary's finest referee Viktor Kassai. He allowed the game to flow and only cautioned players when the offence merited it.
Biggest gaffe of the game
Take your pick from anything Fernando Torres did during his 17 minutes on the pitch! We are going for his first involvement when he allowed Italy goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon to get the better of him in a one-on-one situation.
Spain: Providing they begin their remaining games with a recognised striker Spain should comfortably see off Croatia and the Republic of Ireland to advance through.
Italy: Having collected a point from what looks to be their hardest group game, Italy will be confident of progression. Four points from the next two matches should do it.