Portugal drew 0-0 with Spain at Estadio Jose Alvalade in Lisbon, with both sides missing a host of opportunities
that they created to score goals.
Cristiano Ronaldo came the closest to beating the Chelsea outcast – but he was denied by the woodwork.
Spain were much the better side in the first half, with Sergio Canales running the show in the midfield.
However, after the break, Portugal asserted their influence on the game and were unlucky to not score.
Edouard Mendy has established himself as the new No1 following his move from Rennes.
But Spain boss Luis Enrique trusted Kepa to start ahead of David De Gea on Wednesday night.
And he proved his potential as he kept Portugal’s star-studded line-up at bay for 90 minutes.
Ronaldo and Co did only register one shot on target – but that still leaves Kepa with a 100 percent record
for the evening.
After a cross was delivered into the box, he shifted the ball onto his left foot before he fired his effort at goal.
Kepa breathed a sigh of relief as he watched the shot rebound off of the woodwork.