Matt Dunham, Associated Press
Russia's Dmitri Torbinski, right, scores past Netherlands' Edwin van der Sar, left, during the quarterfinal match that Russia won 3-1 in extra time Saturday in Basel, Switzerland.

BASEL, Switzerland — Russia scored two goals in extra time Saturday to advance to the semifinals of the European Championship with a 3-1 upset win over the Netherlands.

Dimitry Torbinski and Andrei Arshavin scored within five minutes of each other in the second half of extra time. Roman Pavlyuchenko also scored for Russia, while Ruud van Nistelrooy scored for the Dutch in the 86th.

All three quarterfinals have been won by group runners-up. Russia will play the winner of Sunday's match between Spain and Italy next Thursday.

It was a sweet victory for Dutchman Guus Hiddink, who enhanced his reputation of getting lesser known teams far in tournaments. The Russia coach guided South Korea to the 2002 World Cup semifinals, and he took Australia to the second round of the 2006 World Cup.

The Russians showed more pace and stamina through the final 75 minutes, particularly in the 30-minute overtime. Torbinski, a substitute, surged toward the far post in the 112th minute and barely deflected a deep cross from Arshavin.

Arshavin shot through the legs of Dutch goalkeeper Edwin van der Sar for the final goal in the 116th. By then, the Netherlands players were spent.

Van Nistelrooy had temporarily saved the Dutch late in the match, proving no one is more lethal from close range. On a free kick by Rafael van der Vaart, he got away from Sergei Ignashevich and scored with a diving header at the far post.

Russia needed to beat Sweden in the final group game to advance from Group D. The Netherlands outscored first-round opponents 9-1 in winning Group C.