The Republic of Ireland are out of Euro 2012.
They've been beaten 4-0 by defending champions Spain in Gdansk.
They fell behind in the 3rd minute when Fernando Torres capitalised on a defensive mix-up in the Ireland penalty area to slot home a powerful effort.
Ireland managed to absorb continued pressure from the world champions until the second half, when David Silva scored a composed finish in the 48th minute.
Torres raced clear to score his second of the game on 74 minutes.
The rout was completed by substitute Cesc Fabregas in the 83rd minute.
Italy and Croatia drew 1-1 in the other Group C game.
Italy took the lead in the 39th minute through an Andrea Pirlo freekick.
But the momentum swung in Croatia's favour in the second period, with the equaliser coming in the 72nd minute - Mario Mandzukic slotted home a cross for his third goal of the tournament.
Spain now top Group C on four points, ahead of Croatia on goal difference.
Italy have two points - They need to beat Ireland in their final game to progress to the quarter finals.