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It's all over and Republic of Ireland's hopes of reaching the quarter-finals are over after a comprehensive 4-0 defeat by Spain, who are now well placed to progress from Group C after this dominant performance in Gdansk.
St Leger is booked after bringing down Silva in midfield.
GOAL FABREGAS - Silva takes the corner short to Fabregas, who takes a couple of touches inside the box before blasting an unstoppable shot past a helpless Given.
Ireland make their third and final substitution of the night with Paul Green coming on for Whelan.
Spain make a change with Iniesta making way for Santi Cazorla.
Martinez is booked after an unnecessarily strong lunge on Whelan in midfield.
The Spanish fans are on their feet to applaud Torres, who leaves the field to be replaced by Cesc Fabregas.
GOAL TORRES - Torres charges clean through on goal after latching onto a pass from Silva before coolly slotting his shot past Given.
Spain make a change with Alonso making way for Javi Martinez.
Xabi Alonso is shown the yellow card after a foul on Walters and he's far from happy about it.
GOAL SILVA - Iniesta's curling shot from the left is punched by Given straight into the path of Silva inside the box and the midfielder takes his time before casually rolling his effort into the corner of the net.
There was one change at the break with Simon Cox being replaced by Jonathan Walters.
The Republic of Ireland are now 40/1 with Sky Bet to claim an unlikely victory tonight while the draw is as big as 10/1. I doubt there's many who will argue about the 1/16 price on Spain to pick up all three points given how dominant they've been.
There's no time for the corner to be taken as the referee blows the half-time whistle, with Spain leading Ireland 1-0 in Gdansk.
Glenn Whelan is booked for a foul on David Silva and Spain have a free kick with just moments remaining of this first half.
Keane is booked for a foul on Andres Iniesta around 20 yards out on the left and Spain have a free kick.
GOAL TORRES - Fernando Torres picks up a loose ball on the edge of the box before blasting an unstoppable shot past Shay Given to give Spain an early lead.
Obviously a defeat for the Republic of Ireland tonight will mean they can't qualify for the knockout stages in Poland and Ukraine but Ben Weaver is hopeful of a shock. He writes: 'There could well be an upset on the cards here. You can't rule out Spain for obvious reasons but I can certainly see the Irish nicking something. I'll plum for a 1-1 draw but hope for a nice 1-0 for Ireland!'
Spain are of course the overwhelming favourites to secure their first victory of the Group C campaign tonight, with Sky Bet pricing Vicente Del Bosque's men at 1/4. The Republic of Ireland are as big as 10/1 to claim a shock victory while a draw is quite a chunky 5/1. Head now to www.skybet.com to place your pre-match and in-running bets.
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