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Long before the fevered finale, Russia - who have reached the quarter-finals for the first time since the break-up of the Soviet Union - were set for containment but they broke quickly when the chance came, Golovin with a promising early dart down the right that raised the volume.
Space squeezed, set-pieces looked a likely way through and when Marco Asensio swung in from the right-hand edge of the box, Ignashevich was too busy wrestling Ramos to clear the danger, the ball bouncing into the net off his calf.
Fernando Hierro sprung a shock by leaving out Andres Iniesta. Top scorer Denis Cheryshev was on the bench. Spain played keep-ball in low gear as white shirts chased without reward but Golovin curled just wide 37 as a long Dzyuba ball snapped the monotony and then came the provider's big moment.
Pique protested but had left an arm raised when Dzyuba headed goalwards and the burly Zenit forward lashed the resultant spot-kick low into the bottom corner for his third goal of the tournament.
Russia mess up a counter Another counter for the Russian team lights up the crowd but a pass to the wing slides out. Iniesta and Costa make a little something Andres Iniesta combines with Diego Costa on the left side of the box but Costa cannot return the short pass to the cutting Iniesta.
Spain earn a corner After a simple clearance from Sergey Ignashevich, Marco Asensio curls a cross over everyone and Russia clears.
Yellow Card Roman Zobnin Russia. Substitution Dani Carvajal on. Nacho off. Russia work it up the field Fedor Smolov beats Gerard Pique to a header at midfield.
Substitution Andres Iniesta on. David Silva off. Substitution Fedor Smolov on. Artem Dzyuba off. Substitution Denis Cheryshev on.
Alexander Samedov off. Nacho with another cross Nacho sends in another cross from the right side and David Silva tries to flick it back to the back post but Diego Costa is not there to receive.
Substitution - Russia - Cheryshev for Samedov Alexander Samedov exits for successful Russian attacker Denis Cheryshev as the hosts look for a goal with half and hour left in regulation.
Spain a corner the other way Isco has his effort blocked, earning a corner. Russia have a corner but no chance Alexander Samedov and Mario Fernandes try to find a chance from the right corner but Aleksandr Golovin commits a foul.
Asensio back on the right Spain remain committed to keeping attackers forward, defending in the same that started the game, Asensio now on the right, Silva central, Isco left, behind Diego Costa pressing above.
Nothing from the Spain free kick Spain do not make anything of the opportunity and Russia clear upfield. Yellow Card Ilya Kutepov Russia.
Nacho looking for the cross For the second time in the half Nacho has space to cross at the right corner of the yard box. Koke takes the free kick Koke clears in the free kick from the right side but the header is over and out.
Free kick for Spain Nacho is tackled by Aleksandr Golovin on the right side setting up a free kick. Spain gets some action in the box Jordi Alba gets the top of his thigh to a ball in the center of the box and Igor Akinfeev dives to catch it without too much trouble.
Substitution Vladimir Granat on. Yury Zhirkov off. End of the first half All square after 47 minutes in Moscow as the teams return to the locker room.
Costa with late chances Diego Costa has two chances in front of goal, sliding in but not getting anything on the ball and then a header that Igor Akinfeev catches to set up a Russian counter down the left.
Two minutes injury time Two minutes injury time given. Isco has a shot blocked Diego Costa pivots a pass to Isco on the left side of the box.
Spain return to quiet possession Alexander Samedov fouls Jordi Alba on the left wing to disrupt another spell of Spanish possession. Dzyuba converts the penalty!
Russia even the score ! Yellow card - Spain - Gerard Pique Gerard Pique receives a yellow card for the aerial handball in the box setting up the penalty kick for Russia.
Yellow Card Gerard Pique Spain. Spain concede a corner Mario Fernandes cuts it back from the byline and Koke has to clear a cross out for a corner.
David Silva not finding much space today Spain has no trouble passing around the back lines right now but trying to find David Silva between the lines beyond the midfield has proven difficult with Russia closing down those spaces immediately.
Spain race back to defend a slow counter Russia gets numbers forward again along the right but Isco slides to block a cross.
Russia corner kick played backwards Russia have a corner but they play it upfield and Spain clears. Diego Costa active on defense Spain striker Costa has energy early, coming back to defend along the wing and pressing Russian defenders trying to play it out.
Isco and Alba combine Jordi Alba call for the switch and the ball eventually comes across to the left. Russia free kick After a Sergio Ramos foul outside the box, Alexander Samedov tries to find Artem Dzyuba in the air but Russia cannot win the second ball.
Spain dominating possession Always content to pass around the back - especially with Russia not pressing the issue - Sergio Ramos and Gerard Pique seems to be setting the rhythm for Spain.
Asensio roaming free After starting on the right, Marco Asensio has started setting up in the inside left looking to combine with Isco who continues to drop deep to receive the ball from holding pair Sergio Busquets and Koke.
Russia tries to counter Sergio Ramos has his pass blocked and Russia work it down the left side but a pass sails long for a goal kick.
Russia take a shot from deep Russia will need at least a goal in this game and they immediately get forward after the costly Sergey Ignashevich error.
Spain score! Own goal by Sergey Ignashevich! Own Goal Sergey Ignashevich Spain. Aware of the threat associated with leaving space for Spain to attack in, Russia opted to defend in a low block.
Both wing-backs dropped to form a five-man back line, both wingers tucked in to form a four-man midfield line, and Dzyuba dropped back into his own half.
All of this meant that Russia often had every single outfielder behind the ball, helping to ensure vertical compactness. By effectively blocking the centre they forced their opposition wide, where they would press in a man-orientated fashion with the nearest wing-back, winger, and central midfielder.
Another trigger for pressing was the Spanish ball-receiver having his back to goal. If Spain were forced to pass back, Russia were organised when stepping up collectively, pressing the ball-player as well as his immediate passing options to continue forcing their opposition backwards and, eventually, into a long ball forwards that they could comfortably clear or use to regain possession.
This was particularly evident in their thrilling draw with Portugal, where the left half-space was overloaded by Andres Iniesta, Isco and others to combine and progress possession.
Attacking in the half-spaces can cause problems for opponents. Secondly, players occupying the half-spaces have access to both the centre and the wing.
Ignashevich goes for the stutter step run up and he makes no mistake, converting his strike. Pique steps forward for Spain.
He goes low with his strike and it finds the net with the aid of the post. Smolov fires his effort hard at goal and it needs it. De Gea gets a hand to the ball, but he cannot keep it out.
Iniesta holds his nerve to slot his effort into the bottom corner. We're heading to penalties as Russia have held Spain at bay with brilliance at the back.
It's now a test of composure from the spot. Rodrigo has space to turn on the edge of the box to fire at goal, but he places his effort straight at Akinfeev.
Fernandes does well at the back to fend off an attempt by Alba to break behind. We're almost at spot-kicks. Rain is coming down at the Luzhniki Stadium making life very difficult on the pitch.
Spain are trying to work their way through the middle, but Russia are holding firm. Golovin's delivery is flicked on into the box, but is evades everyone in the area.
Smolov attempts to keep the attack alive, only to see his cross cleared with ease. Smolov takes the ball to the corner and wins a set-piece for his team.
Busquets takes a huge gamble in the box as he loses possession to Erokhin, but the midfielder cannot pick out a team-mate. Ignashevich takes Isco out on the flank as he's caught out of position.
Russia have to deal with another free-kick from Koke. All hands on deck for Russia at the back. Spain are putting all kinds of pressure on their defence now.
Runs from deep are beginning to become effective from La Roja. Iniesta looks for the offload into the feet of Aspas in the box, but he cannot take the pass in stride to waste the opening.
Ignashevich wastes an opportunity to put Spain under pressure from a free-kick as he floats a long ball forward out of play for a goal-kick.
Rodrigo turns his man with ease on the half-way line and surges into the left inside channel. He goes to curl his effort beyond Akinfeev, but the keeper makes a brilliant save.
The rebound falls to Carvajal who strikes at goal, although Kutepov is on hand to make the intervention on the slide.
Carvajal has no options for a short pass on the right flank so he goes for the cross, but he floats the ball straight into the hands of Akinfeev.
Iniesta tries to open space in the final third for a drive. He gets the shot away, but it's deflected into the hands of Akinfeev. Spain are knocking on the door, but Russia are holding firm at the back.
Can either side make a breakthrough before we go to penalties? Koke floats a cross into the box from the freee-kick, but Pique guides his header straight at Akinfeev.
Golovin slides in on Isco and the referee awards a free-kick to Spain in a dangerous position. Asensio has had an underwhelming game and is replaced by Rodrigo.
Russia continue to absorb pressure at the back, but Spain are trying to up the ante. Iniesta releases Aspas over the top and the forward breaks towards the edge of the box before shooting.
Ignashevich follows him all the way to make the vital block before clearing into touch. Aspas plays Asensio into space on the edge of the box and he lets fly with a strike.
However, the midfielder's effort is tame and saved with ease by Akinfeev. Iniesta and Isco combine on the edge of the box, but the Real Madrid man cannot reach the return pass as Fernandes guides it out for a goal-kick.
Kuzyaev has worked extremely hard this afternoon. He makes way for the fresh legs of Erokhin, who becomes the first fourth substitute to be used at the World Cup.
Koke's patience runs out on the edge of the box as he goes for the strike, only to hammer his effort over the bar. La Roja are encamped in the Russia half looking for the killer pass to open up the defensive line.
It's solid work from Russia. Isco tries to carve out space for a cross into the box. Squamiger wrote: the game is won in the trenches of posting on esoc, where true warriors are forged.