It was a bad day at the office for Hector Bellerin and Petr Cech; Cech let in two goals while Hector didn’t get a look in.
Spain scored early against Croatia with a tap in from (former) Arsenal target Alvaro Morata. Minutes later, Turkey went 1-0 up against the Czech Republic.
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Croatia weren’t out by any stretch and hit the bar, catching out David de Gea just moments after Spain scored. They leveled the score just before half time.
Turkey went 2-0 up against the Czech Republic in the 65th minute, making Cech statistically the worst goalkeeper in the Euros so far.
21 – Petr Cech (#CZE) has now conceded 21 goals at the Euros, more than any other goalkeeper in the tournament. Ouch.
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Sergio Ramos had a penalty saved for Spain, preventing them from going ahead.
#EURO2016 missed penalties:
Both Real Madrid players. pic.twitter.com/JeVZCVZ7D6
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Perisic put Croatia 2-1 ahead in the dying minutes.