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Swiss midfielder Hakan Yakin, right, vies with Turkish defender Emre Asik during the Euro 2008 Group A match on Wednesday.

BASEL, Switzerland (AP) — Arda Turan scored in injury time Wednesday, giving Turkey a 2-1 win over Switzerland that eliminated the co-hosts from the European Championship.

Turan scored in the second minute of injury time, sending a right-footed shot from outside the area that deflected in off a Switzerland defender.

Substitute Semih Senturk also scored for Turkey, after Hakan Yakin had given Switzerland the lead in torrential rain in the 32nd minute.

Switzerland became only the second European Championship host eliminated before the final four. Euro 2000 co-host Belgium also failed to get through the group stage.

The result also sent Portugal through to the quarterfinals from Group A.

The Turks and Czechs will play for the final spot from the group on Sunday.

A first-half downpour left the field at St. Jakob Park a quagmire, and a draw seemed likely until Turan's shot hit defender Patrick Mueller and looped over goalkeeper Diego Bengalio. The soaked crowd sat stunned.

GENEVA, Switzerland — Cristiano Ronaldo's first goal for Portugal since October was the winner in a 3-1 victory over the Czech Republic on Wednesday that moved the Portuguese into the quarterfinals of the European Championship.

Ronaldo's goal in the 63rd minute came off a brilliant pass by playmaker Deco, who scored Portugal's first goal. Ricardo Quaresma clinched it in injury time off a pass from Ronaldo.

That gave the Portuguese six points in Group A, with a game against co-host Switzerland to come.