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Alvaro Morata of Spain warmups up at Euro 2016

Brace For Morata Spain 3-0 Turkey Live Goals

Will Spain be able to breakdown Turkey and book a Euro 2016 last 16 place or will Arda Turan leads his side to victory. Follow the goal updates live!

NICE, Sporting Alert – Spain hunts a last 16 place at Euro 2016 and the defending champion named an unchanged team for today’s game against Turkey at Stade de Nice.

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GOAL!!! SPAIN 3-0 TURKEY (Morata, 48)
Some very stylish passing and moving have helped to setup a third goal for Spain, just three minutes in second half play. It started with Iniesta and finished Morata, who tapped home into an empty net for his second. Spain is the now the first to score 3 goals at Euro 2016

GOAL! SPAIN 2-0 TURKEY (Nolito, 37)
After setting up the first goal with a lovely cross, Nolito becomes the finisher, after rushing onto a poor back header to guide come a control finish to make it 2-0. Cesc Fabregas with the teasing pass into the box.

GOAL! SPAIN 1-0 TURKEY (Morata, 35)
Alvaro Morata, whose place has been in question after the opener, leaps high to head home a Nolito cross to give Spain the lead.

Juventus forward, Alvaro Morata, who despite having a low-key performance against the Czech Republic in the Group D opener, keeps his place in the starting lineup, as he leads the attacking line, with Aritz Aduriz left on the bench again.

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Morata was replaced by Aduriz against the Czech Republic after he squandered several good opportunities, which led to many believing that the former Real Madrid striker would have been dropped.

However, head coach Vicente Del Bosque has decided to keep faith and stick with the youngster who will play alongside Nolito and David Silva in the attack.

Sergio Busquets, Andres Iniesta and Cesc Fabregas make up the midfield, with Juanfran, Sergio Ramos, Gerard Pique and Jordi Alba starting in front of Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea.

Meanwhile, Turkey head coach Fatih Terim has made one adjustment to his team that was defeated by Spain – replacing Burak Yilmaz with forward Cenk Tosun.

Barcelona midfielder Arda Turan also starts the game.

Spain can qualify for the knockout round with a win, while Turkey needs to avoid a defeat to stay in contention.

Spain: David De Gea, Juanfran Torres, Sergio Ramos, Gerard Pique, Jordi Alba, Sergio Busquets, Andres Iniesta, Cesc Fabregas, David Silva, Manuel “Nolito” Agudo, Alvaro Morata

Turkey: Volkan Babacan, Gokhan Gonul, Mehmet Topal, Hakan Balta, Caner Erkin, Ozan Tufan, Selcuk Inan, Oguzhan Ozyakup, Hakan Calhanoglu, Burak Yilmaz, Arda Turan