Spain's Fabregas celebrates with team mate Silva after he scored the second goal for the team during their international friendly soccer match against Chile in St.Gallen. Picture - Reuters.

It was an entertaining International friendly between Spain and Chile as the world champions had to work hard to secure a 3-2 comeback victory at the Stade de Geneve in Switzerland.

Chile were up 2-0 midway through the first half after Mauricio Isla's goal on 11 minutes before Eduardo Vargas doubled it midway through the first half, to take a 2-0 lead into half-time.

Spain manager Vincent del Bosque must have handed his squad a thrashing at half-time, as the team that emerged for the second half displayed why they were world champions.

Andres Iniesta struck from long-range to pull one back before Fabregas continued his dream-fortnight with a composed finish for the equalizer.

At injury time, a foul on Alvaro Arbeloa earned a penalty for Spain, although replays suggested simulation. Fabregas stepped up and although his spot-kick was saved by Claudio Bravo he was the first to the rebound and lashed it in.