Spain's forward Alvaro Morata (C) runs to celebrate his goal during the Euro 2016 group D football match between Spain and Turkey at the Allianz Riviera stadium in Nice on June 17, 2016. / AFP / BULENT KILIC
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Holders Spain became the first team to score more than two goals in a game at Euro 2016, beating Turkey 3-0 as Andres Iniesta shone again and forward Alvaro Morata answered his critics with two goals.Spain have won both their games in Group D without conceding a goal and Turkey have lost both of theirs without scoring.Spain virtually walked the ball into the net for the third, Morata tapping home after Iniesta threaded one of the best passes of the tournament through the bewildered Turkish defense.Iniesta advanced, then produced his geometrically perfect pass to Jordi Alba, who touched it to Morata for the beautifully simple third.
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