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SWITZERLAND have taken Spain to extra-time in St Petersburg after a late equaliser from Xherdan Shaqiri.

But they face an uphill task in the additional 30 minutes, playing with ten men after Remo Freuler was shown a straight red card.

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  • Joshua Mbu

    HT-ET: SWITZERLAND 1-1 SPAIN

    Sommer has saved Switzerland in extra-time with multiple fine saves.

    Spain have just 15 minutes to find a winner, otherwise it's going to penalties.

    And Switzerland beat world champions France on penalties in the last round.

  • Joshua Mbu

    PEEEEEEEEEEEEEP!

    HALF-TIME IN EXTRA-TIME!

  • Joshua Mbu

    SWITZERLAND 1-1 SPAIN

    105. Just a minute left in the first half of extra-time.

  • Joshua Mbu

    SWITZERLAND 1-1 SPAIN

    102. SAVE!

    The ball breaks to Oyarzabal out wide on the right-hand side.

    The winger sends a powerful left-footed strike towards the top-left corner but Sommer saves again!

     

  • Joshua Mbu

    SWITZERLAND 1-1 SPAIN

    100. WHAT A SAVE!

    A long ball is played over the top of Switzerland's backline for Oyarzabal to run onto.

    The winger fails to get the beating of Rodriguez, who knocks the ball into the path of Moreno.

    The forward sends a volley towards goal but somehow Sommer saves!

  • Joshua Mbu

    SWITZERLAND 1-1 SPAIN

    99. DOUBLE SUBSTITUTION!

    Schar and Mbabu are on for Zakaria and Widmer.

  • Joshua Mbu

    SWITZERLAND 1-1 SPAIN

    98. Oyarabal – who has come on for Torres – does well to find some space down the right-hand side.

    The ball is worked into Moreno, and the forward then tries to find Llorente.

    But the ball deflects behind for a corner.

  • Joshua Mbu

    SWITZERLAND 1-1 SPAIN

    96. Widmer loses out to Olmo inside Switzerland's half.

    And the Swiss defender takes the Spaniard out with a trailing leg, ending a counter attacking opportunity.

    Spanish free-kick in a promising position.

  • Joshua Mbu

    SWITZERLAND 1-1 SPAIN

    94. Moreno gets a shot off from the edge of the Swiss penalty area, but his effort is blocked.

    Alba closes down the second ball and sends a powerful effort towards goal, forcing Sommer to tip the ball behind for a corner.

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  • Joshua Mbu

    SWITZERLAND 1-1 SPAIN

    92. HOW HAS HE MISSED?!

    Alba is played down the line and he plays a first-time cross towards the near post finding Moreno.

    The Villarreal forward connects well with the cross but somehow sends his effort wide of the post!

    How has he missed that?!

  • Joshua Mbu

    SWITZERLAND 1-1 SPAIN

    90. Switzerland get the game back underway and we're in for another 30 minutes of football.

    And possibly another penalty shootout if the sides cannot be separated by the 120th minute.

  • Joshua Mbu

    PEEEEEEEEEEEEP!

    SWITZERLAND GET EXTRA-TIME UNDERWAY!

  • Joshua Mbu

    FT: SWITZERLAND 1-1 SPAIN

    Switzerland started the second half well and they started to ask questions of Spain's backline.

    The Swiss managed to forced multiple corners.

    And they finally found a breakthrough in the 68th minute when Frueler capitalised on a mix-up in the Spanish backline.

    The midfielder squared the ball to Shaqiri and the Swiss captain steered the equaliser into the bottom-left corner.

    Disaster struck late on as Freuler saw red for a late challenge on Moreno.

    Extra-time it is!

  • Joshua Mbu

    PEEEEEEEEEEP!

    THE FULL-TIME WHISTLE GOES IN RUSSIA!

    EXTRA-TIME IT IS!

  • Joshua Mbu

    SWITZERLAND 1-1 SPAIN

    90+2. YELLOW CARD!

    Laporte is booked.

  • Joshua Mbu

    SWITZERLAND 1-1 SPAIN

    90. SUBSTITUTIONS!

    The fourth official holds his board up and there will be four additional minutes played at the end of the second half.

    And both teams are making a substitution with Koke being replaced by Marcos Llorente.

    Switzerland are bringing off Zuber for Fassnacht.

  • Joshua Mbu

    SWITZERLAND 1-1 SPAIN

    89. Koke receives the ball 35 yards from goal and looks to deliver a cross into the box.

    But his cross takes a deflection off Zakaria and goes into the arms of Sommer.

  • Joshua Mbu

    SWITZERLAND 1-1 SPAIN

    87. Spain are preparing another substitution.

  • Joshua Mbu

    SWITZERLAND 1-1 SPAIN

    85. Gavranovic wins the ball back for Switzerland after Busquets' lazy touch.

    The forward holds the ball up well, before laying the ball off to Sow.

    Sow plays a one-two with Widmer down the right-hand side, exploiting some space in Spain's half.

    The midfielder tries to find Zuber but he's unsuccessful.

  • George Moore

    HAVE YOUR SAY

    Still all square with only a few minutes left – will either side find a winner, or is it destined to go to extra-time?

  • Joshua Mbu

    SWITZERLAND 1-1 SPAIN

    83. Koke drills a cross into the penalty area hoping to find Moreno.

    The ball deflects off Elvedi and falls to Barcelona's Pedri on the edge of the box.

    Pedri tees up Moreno, who gets a first time shot off on goal – but his effort is comfortably saved.

  • Joshua Mbu

    SWITZERLAND 1-1 SPAIN

    82. A good ball is played into Switzerland's penalty area and Torres attempts to close Widmer down.

    The Man City winger tries to win the ball from the side.

    But he's penalised for using too much force and Switzerland have a free-kick.

  • Joshua Mbu

    SWITZERLAND 1-1 SPAIN

    80. DOUBLE SUBSTITUTION!

    Goal-scorer Shaqiri is subbed off alongside Seferovic for defensive midfielder Sow and Gavranovic.

    Ten minutes to go in Saint Petersburg, Russia.

  • Joshua Mbu

    SWITZERLAND 1-1 SPAIN

    78. All of Switzerland's hard work in the second half come come undone after some sloppy play from Freuler.

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  • George Moore

    HAVE YOUR SAY

    Remo Freuler was given a straight red by Michael Oliver for a professional foul, but what do YOU think?

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