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Well that draws an end to day eight at Euro 2016. Wins for Italy and Spain who reach the knock-out phase, while a draw between Czech Republic and Croatia was overshadowed by a succession of flares disrupting the second half in Saint Etienne.

And with that our live coverage comes to a conclusion. We're back with live coverage of all three games tomorrow including Belgium against Republic of Ireland. Until then, goodbye.


Full time: Spain 3-0 Turkey

As comprehensive a win as you'll see at Euro 2016. The defending champions cruise into the last 16 after disposing of a woeful Turkey in Nice. Alvaro Morata silenced his critics with two goals, one in either half, sandwiching Nolito's cute volley. Turkey may not be out of the tournament but with their captain Arda Turan being booed for long periods, you can tell how toxic the atmosphere is within the camp.


Two added minutes in Nice. Not sure we'll need them.


Olcay Şahan comes close to ending that run for De Gea, but after his first effort is blocked it ricochets off him and behind. What a waste.


The records continue to tumble for Spain.


The boos and whistles are growing for Arda Turan, who is becoming a figure of real derision among the travelling Turkey fans. Fatih Terim is not expected to stay beyond this tournament and you can understand why, this has been a pitiful display.


This match in a nutshell sums up why this expanded 24-team European Championships really is a travesty. Games are either hopelessly one-sided or teams, know third place will ensure a last 16 place play negative and defensive football and will take their chance in the knock-out phase. Well done Uefa.


Yunus Mallı curls hopelessly over for Turkey. A mexican wave is going around the Stade de Nice. This game ended as a contest a long time ago.


Wonderful view of Spain's third goal. Back to their very best.


Bruno straight into the action as Spain work it well and his left-foot shot is turned behind by Babacan.


Turkey's fans turning on their own players, Arda Turan included, as this performance goes from bad to worse. The Barcelona midfielder responds with a thumbs up to his own support, presumably sarcastically.


David Silva off and Bruno Soriano on for Spain. Turkey will be delighted to see the Man City man depart, he's be terrific this evening as he was earlier in the week.


David Silva twice goes close to making it four. First his effort is deflected wide before his shoots behind in the inside right channel of the area. Spain toying with Turkey frankly, they can pick a number here.


Yilmaz turns inside Sergio Ramos and with the goal at his mercy curls wildly over. Great chance for Turkey to add some respectability to a result which is looking increasingly likely to end in embarrassment.


Goal: Spain 3-0 Turkey (Alvaro Morata)

Spain become the first team to register three times in a single game and they secure the points as Alvaro Morata doubles up with the easiest goal of his career. Iniesta threads the ball through to Alba who will the goal gaping lays it on to Morata who taps home.


Second half underway in Nice. Big task facing Turkey, who are against a Spain team who have not conceded for over 600 minutes in this competitions.


Spain out early for the second half. Turkey's players lingering in the tunnel as they wait for all their players to assemble. On their way now. Hakan Çalhanoğlu off and Nuri Sahin on for the second half.


Half time: Spain 2-0 Turkey

One way traffic in Nice. Goals for Alvaro Morata and Nolito have Spain leading by two at the break, but you wonder how many more they may plunder after the break. Turkey are not out of the competition with their result, but they may as well be.


David Silva has a chance to make it three but totally miscues from a free-kick played back to the edge of the penalty area. Spain looking to cash in here. Remember a win puts them through tonight.


Goal: Spain 2-0 Turkey (Nolito)

Turkey at sixes and sevens at the back and Spain double their lead. Fabregas plays a delightful chipped through ball which Topal heads into the air and behind him and onrushing Nolito skews into the corner on the volley. Another soft goal but it is nothing more than Spain deserve.


Goal: Spain 1-0 Turkey (Alvaro Morata)

A message to his critics from Alvaro Morata who nods Spain ahead after 34 minutes. Nolito has far too much room to cross from an inside left position and Morata gets in between Topal and Balta to flick into the far corner. Lovely header and the reigning champions are off and running.


The defending champions are getting closer. It is the other rampaging full-back Juanfran who threatens now, getting down the right and cross where Nolito can't get proper contact on a shot which rolls wide.


Spain are being restricted to rare glimpses of goal but there is one of their better ones as Nolito gets in between the lines, and curls beyond Babacan but wide of the left-hand post.