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Russia attempt to break down the right through Golovin, but he cannot take an offload from Cheryshev in stride and the opening is spurned. Iniesta and Costa attempt to combine in the final third, but the midfielder fails to take Costa's return pass in stride.
Isco swings the ball into the box, but the white shirts are back in numbers and Kudryashov is able to make an important clearance ahead of Costa.
Ignashevich miscues a simple clearance at the back, slicing his attempt behind for a Spain corner. Zobnin catches Alba with a late challenge and goes into the book.
Nacho is withdrawn with an injury as Carvajal enters the pitch. Spain build from the back and knock the ball around the Russia half, but the host nation sit back and asborb the presssure.
La Roja have to be more creative. Iniesta enters the action with 23 minutes left of normal time. Silva is the man to make way from the midfield. Russia break with pace down the right and Golovin goes on a surge into the inside channel.
However, he loses his footing before he can fire a low ball across the face of goal, allowing Spain to clear from a goal-kick.
Dzyuba makes way for the fresh legs of Smolov. Alba looks for the run of Costa in the final third, but the striker is caught offside.
Costa has been isolated this afternoon. Fernandes tries to get the better of Ramos down the right flank and he wins a free-kick for his team, much to the bemusement of Ramos.
Cheryshev enters the action to provide an attacking threat for Russia in place of Samedov. Nacho swings a cross into the box and Silva makes a late run to attempt to latch on to the ball.
He heads the ball wide of the post away from his team-mate, lurking behind him. Costa works the ball into Isco on the charge in the left inside channel.
He opts not to shoot on his right foot and instead pulls it down for an effort on his left. However, white shirts flood across to the near post to make the block.
Samedov fails to whip a quality cross into the box, allowing La Roja to clear their lines. Golovin then handles as he makes a sliding challenge on Koke.
Fernandes battles down the right flank once again to beat Alba in the air. Ramos goes down in his attempt to clear under pressure from Samedov, allowing Russia to win a corner.
Russia are able to clear their lines from a delivery from Isco. The host nation are holding firm at the back. Kutepov goes into the book for his late challenge on Isco.
Kutepov is loose with his challenge on Isco down the left flank and he hands Spain a free-kick in a dangerous position. Asensio lifts a dangerous cross to the back post from the right flank, but Isco is unable to muster an effort on target.
Koke swings his delivery into the box and Costa rises to head at goal, but he sends his effort harmlessly over the bar.
Nacho is brought down on the right flank by Golovin and the referee awards a free-kick to La Roja that will be taken by Koke. Spain attempt to build a rhythm from the back once again, using patience in possession.
Alba latches on to a loose ball in the box, but he cannot make solid contact, using his thigh to guide his effort goalwards.
Akinfeev gets down to make the stop. Ramos makes an early mistake as he is closed down at the back. Fortunately for the defender, Golovin cannot find room for a strike as La Roja flood men back on the edge of their own box.
We're back underway at the Luzhniki Stadium. Zhirkov makes way at the back for Granat. Fernando Hierro will be concerned by his side's inability to break down the Russia defence.
Other than an effort from Diego Costa at the end of the half, they failed to test Igor Akinfeev. That will have to change for La Roja to claim their place in the quarter-final as the host nation are more than capable of battling to end.
It's all square at the Luzhniki Stadium between Spain and Russia. The host nation will be delighted with the scoreline at the interval as Artem Dzuyba's penalty cancelled an own goal from Sergei Ignashevich.
La Roja took the lead when Ignashevich inadvertently knocked the ball into his own net when grappling with Sergio Ramos at a free-kick.
However, Spain did not build on their lead and were punished before half-time when Gerard Pique handled in the area. Gerard Pique.
Sergey Ignashevich. Aleksandr Golovin. Sergio Ramos. Denis Cheryshev. Iago Aspas. Daler Kuziaev Alexander Erokhin. Diego Costa Iago Aspas. Nacho Dani Carvajal.
David Silva Andres Iniesta. Artem Dzyuba Fedor Smolov. Alexander Samedov Denis Cheryshev. Yury Zhirkov Vladimir Granat. Dzyuba PEN Ignashevich O. Spain Russia Spain eliminated by Russia!
Defiant result in Moscow Spain had their chances and Russia stopped them in regulation and in the penalty shootout. Spain penalty 5 - Aspas Iago Aspas waits and hits a low drive.
Russia penalty 4 - Cheryshev Denis Cheryshev sends it into the empty center of the net. Russia lead Spain penalty 4 - Ramos Sergio Ramos stutter steps and scores.
Spain penalty 3 - Koke Koke puts it low and goalkeeper Igor Akinfeev dives centrally to make the simple block! Tied Spain penalty 2 - Pique Gerard Pique slots it home in the left corner with Igor Akinfeev diving the other way.
Penalty shootout begins - Spain up first Andres Iniesta will take the first kick for Spain. Extra time over! Game goes to penalties A tired but focused Russian defense stood strong in the extra time period and Spain appeared to tire as well.
Aspas has a shot Iago Aspas turns from the top of the box but his left-footed shot skids low and Igor Akinfeev makes a save on the ground.
One minute injury time One minute injury time given. Spain try down the left Russia defend another Spain run down the left as Jordi Alba cannot reach a ball before the byline.
Back and forth with five minutes remaining - Russia have a corner After a throw is cleared for a corner, Aleksandr Golovin puts a corner through but it is headed clear.
Pouring rain Fans cover up as the rain pours down in Moscow. Video review does not change the call No penalty is given after a brief delay.
Another free kick for Spain Isco is knocked down again on the left, this time by Sergey Ignashevich. Chance for Spain after a foul Alexander Erokhin knocks Isco down and Spain have a free kick from the left side.
Russia waste a long free kick From just past midfield a free kick sails directly out over the Russian attack.
Best chance for Spain in a long time Rodrigo makes a run down the right and out-dribbles the defender to cut onto his right foot. Spain cross too high Dani Carvajal tries to find Iago Aspas making a run in but his long cross goes directly to the gloves of Igor Akinfeev.
Spain work it up from the back After Russia lose the ball on the right side, Spain patiently work it through the midfield. Russia defended well but Spain look closer to scoring Few if any real threats from Russia on the counter came in the first period of extra time.
Ball barely leaving the Russian half The fans in Moscow cheer every clearance and defended ball as Russia continue to sit deep, allowing Spain all the time they want beyond 30 meters from the goal.
Substitution Rodrigo on. Marco Asensio off. Shot attempt from Asensio Marco Asensio receives a short pass from Iago Aspas outside the box but his shot is right at Russian goalkeeper Igor Akinfeev.
Koke with a long shot Koke sends a shot from deep over the bar after Spain works it around on the left. Substitution Alexander Erokhin on.
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Fyodor Smolov, who surprisingly replaced Dzyuba on 65, curled well wide in the final moments of regular time and though Spain marginally upped the tempo when play resumed, Koke lashed wildly from range and Aspas was crowded out.
Hierro threw on Rodrigo Moreno and suddenly there was zip, the one-time Bolton loanee with a feint and sprint down the left, before striking straight at Akinfeev from an angle.
Tensions high as the rain fell, a flashpoint came late in extra-time when Ignashevich grappled with Pique in the box, but appeals were waved away after a VAR review and spot-kicks would be decisive.
Smolov, Ignashevich, Golovin and Denis Cheryshev held their nerve in the shootout and while Iniesta, Ramos and Pique converted their kicks, Akinfeev parried Koke's effort and then diverted Aspas' away with his leg as crowds in Moscow celebrated wildly.
Isco showed flashes of brilliance but Spain were lifeless as an attacking force for long spells, their possession football devoid of intent or urgency.
Akinfeev stayed alert in the closing stages of extra-time to deny lively substitute Rodrigo but saved his biggest saves for the shootout.
This match could be seen as a one-off disaster for a Spain side without the manager that led them to the tournament, Julen Lopetegui.
However, it could also be seen as the final nail in the coffin of Tiki-Taka, the possession style that they have generally been wedded to for the last decade.
For them, Euro could well be a watershed tactical event. As for Russia, their dream continues with a quarter-final against Croatia.
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