Italy (3-1-4-2) Buffon; Barzagli, Bonucci, Chiellini; De Rossi; Florenzi, Parolo, Giaccherini, Di Sciglio; Pelle, Eder.
Subs: Sirigu, Marchetti, Darmian, Ogbonna, Candreva, Zaza, Motta, Immobile, Sturaro, Insigne, Bernardeschi, El Shaarawy.
Spain (4-1-2-3) De Gea; Juanfran, Pique, Ramos, Jordi Alba; Busquets; Fabregas, Iniesta; Silva, Morata, Nolito.
Subs: Casillas, Rico, Azpilicueta, Bartra, Koke, Lucas Vazquez, Pedro, Bellerin, Thiago, San Jose, Bruno, Aduriz.
Referee Cuneyt Cakir (Turkey)
GOAL! Italy 1-0 Spain (Chiellini 33)
Italy take a deserved lead. Eder smashed a low free-kick that was saved but not held by the diving De Gea. It rebounded to the six-yard line, where an Italian player (not sure who) flicked it up before being tripped by the outsretched leg of De Gea. Before anyone could appeal for a penalty, Chiellini had charged in to score from a few yards. Spain had a really weird wall there, with nobody covering the centre of the goal. De Gea might have pushed it away from goal, though I suspect it was too tight to his body for that.
GOAL! Italy 2-0 Spain (Pelle 90+2)
Graziano Pelle completes a wonderful victory for Italy. With all the players attracted to the left side, Insigne drilled a majestic crossfield pass to Darmian on the right. He moved into the area and stabbed a low cross that was deflected up to Pelle, and he volleyed it in from a few yards.
Full time: Italy 2-0 Spain
After eight years as European champions, Spain are out! They played better in the second half, but it was a rousing and fully deserved victory for Italy