Spain's Alvaro Morata controls the ball during a training session at the Sports Complex Marcel Gaillard in Saint Martin de Re in France, Thursday, June 23, 2016.(AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
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Alvaro Morata is joint top scorer at Euro 2016 but doesn't care who hits the net if Spain beat a familiar Italy side to a coveted quarter-final place in their last 16 clash on Monday.Against all hopes and expectations, Spain's second-place finish means they now face what Morata, who has spent two seasons with Juventus, called a "tough" and "tactically perfect" Italy side in Paris.It is a game fans of 'La Roja', who beat Italy 4-0 to win their second successive European Championship crown in 2012, will be hoping inspires Morata.Morata has crossed paths and invariably won as part of a dominant Juventus side on his many previous meetings with Fiorentina striker Kalinic, and Perisic, who has been one of the stars of a stuttering Inter Milan side since he joined the Nerazzurri last year.
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