Spain boss Luis Enrique has berated his team’s 3-2 defeat to Croatia in Zagreb as the hosts set up a Nations League decider with England.
Andrej Kramaric put Croatia in front after 54 minutes, but Spain levelled through Dani Ceballos within two minutes.
Jedvaj restored the lead, only for Sergio Ramos to convert from the penalty spot after 77 minutes when Sime Vrsaljko was ruled to have handled in the area.
Both sides sought a winner, but it was Jedvaj who scored three minutes into added time.
Croatia and England both have four points and the winner of Sunday’s game at Wembley will overhaul Spain at the top of League A Group 4.
Spain could still advance to the finals next summer. A goalless draw in London would see Croatia relegated; a scoring draw and England would be demoted.
“I am quite happy with this match, the result is undeserved.
“The group was, as we expected, very difficult with two of the best teams in the world,” Enrique told his post-match media conference.